So there I am last weekend sitting in a hotel room in the States, and lo and behold a trailer for Get Over It appears on the TV screen. My first thought was "only in America." However, when I saw it days later on our very own Canadian stations, the agony really began to set… Continue reading Haven’t we gotten over this before?
Coming back to the sometimes large and impersonal University of Calgary campus, students were welcomed this week by displays encouraging them to get involved. The Students’ Union made a decision to combine Welcome Week and Clubs Week this year. The decision left some clubs confused. "We didn’t even know we had a table until yesterday… Continue reading Clubs go searching for new recruits
Coming back to the sometimes large and impersonal University of Calgary campus, students were welcomed this week by displays encouraging them to get involved. The Students’ Union made a decision to combine Welcome Week and Clubs Week this year. The decision left some clubs confused. "We didn’t even know we had a table until yesterday… Continue reading Fraternity wins award
Things rarely turn out as planned. The Sky is Falling: Fables for the New Millenium, a new All Nations Theatre play, examines similar obstacles in fable form. Off-stage as well, the play turned out differently than it first began. Five years ago, playwright Andrea Munro decided to write down fictitious conversations she could have with… Continue reading Classic tales revisited
It’s much more than just a nipple fetish. At first glance, Dee Fontans work seems to be very off-the-wall. That is the first thing anyone will notice when they set foot in the Stride Gallery this month. Fontans’ new collection, Men Abreast, consists of male nipples exposed in a geometric opening on the left side… Continue reading It’s like the manssiere, only different
A lot of events have occured in the past century, but for some reason we continue to examine the Second World War. For many years, we have wondered how so many people could get caught up in the Third Reich movement. Good, Theatre Junction’s latest offering, attempts to find some sort of explanation. The CP… Continue reading Society involved in holocaust examined
Low budget, bad editing, and grainy pictures are thoughts we usually associate with local movies. Bad Money will hopefully disprove that notion. The plot revolves around the lives of five different characters, and the circumstances that cause them to make compromising decisions. George, Silvia, Jan, Murray and Stick each have turmoil in their lives, and… Continue reading Bad Money does local films justice
Imagine if the characters from Three’s Company were French Canadian and misplaced their Prozac. This is what we watch for 90 minutes in ATP’s latest production, 15 Seconds. The difference between the trios is instead of Jack, Janet and Chrissy, we have Charlotte, Mathieu and Claude–and the TV show was much funnier than this play.… Continue reading 15 Seconds examines sibling life