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Alberta Views loves Karen Hines's Drama

By Alex Rettie
Alberta Views
September 15 2012

Drama: Pilot Episode by Karen Hines was reviewed by books columnist Alex Rettie in the September 2012 issue of Alberta Views, alongside Stewart Lemoine's Witness to a Conga. An excerpt of the Drama half of the review appears below:

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Jun 8 - Jun 16

Author and actor Thom Vernon brings the theatricalized version of his acclaimed novel The Drifts to the Hollywood Fringe this June 8 and 9, and June 14 through 16. You won’t want to miss this live version of a novel the Globe and Mail called 'a great contemporary twist on the Southern Gothic tradition.'

Location: 
The Complex
6476 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles
United States
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Jul 8 - Jul 17

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Location: 
Bathurst Street Theatre
736 Bathurst Street
Toronto, ON
Canada
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Goodness begins at Toronto Theatre Centre

Sep 16 - Sep 27

Michael Redhill's award-winning play Goodness returns to Toronto in a new production that has received raves in newspapers around the world. The new Volcano Theatre production is a multi-layered exploration of genocide laced with choral music from Zimbabwe to the Ukraine. Following the Toronto run, the production will transfer directly to Butare, Rwanda where it will be performed as part of the Arts Azimut Festival, commemorating the 15th Anniversary of the genocide there.

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The Theatre Centre
1087 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M6J 1H3
Canada
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