Month: September 2020

Liverpool Fire Hall

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The show goes online

How the adaptable creativity of Halifax’s indie theatre scene is keeping performance art alive. Act one: A change in shape Our story begins against the backdrop of a global pandemic, set during a year so unprecedentedly strange, the vernacular to discuss it is still being ironed out.… Source: Art and Culture

What leaving the bubble means for Nova Scotians upon return

What to expect when you’re expecting a 14-day stay at home. As cases of COVID-19 rise in other parts of Canada and there’s no official word on whether or not the Atnaltic bubble will be popped, some Nova Scotians are making the tough decision to leave anyways—hoping filling up on family time can make up…

Eastern Front Theatre announces new Artistic Director

Kat McCormack wants to “support our community and get people working—and get people working together.” Kathryn McCormack—her friends call her Kat, and she really wants all of Halifax and local theatre to be her friend, so you should call her that too—has an energy that is palpable from the second she enters the Zoom call.… …

Wanderers take a knee for Black Lives Matter

Some things are more important than sports. Last week, in the middle of a Thursday afternoon game between Cavalry and Ottawa FC on a field in PEI, the referee blew a whistle. It was eight minutes and 46 seconds into the game, the same length of time a police officer kneeled on George Floyd’s neck—killing…