Monthly Archives: March 2012

Ignorance at the Roxy

Just watched a dress performance and came home delighted.  I loved the creativity, the sets and the theme of the play.  What impressed me most was how the puppets really were individual personalities and not just extensions of the people who … Continue reading

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But what about recent research?

I loved the show. Okay, I loved it and hated it. I thought about it for days afterward, which does not often happen because, believe me, after this many years of seeing theatre, I have a quick and dirty brain … Continue reading

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Show at the Cultch

Saw the show last night at the Cultch. Loved the unpretentious simplicity and humour of the show’s method of communicating some profoundly simple observations on the state of of race. Had a notion after the talkback session as regards a … Continue reading

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It lives!

Ignorance opened at the Cultch, in Vancouver, last Wednesday, and it’s playing until March 10th.  It’s going well.  Here’s a photo from our friend Nick, which says it all.  

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