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Christine Lesiak named Festival Director of Play the Fool, Edmonton’s Festival of Clown & Physical Comedy

From the Edmonton Clown Festival: SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! New Festival Name and Festival Director: After careful deliberation we are excited to announce that the Edmonton Clown Festival will be changing its name to the Play the Fool Festival! New logo and website coming soon. We are also thrilled to announce that Christine Lesiak has joined us as our Festival Director for the 2017 year! A message from Christine: I feel very honoured to get to...

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The 2016 The Edmonton Clown Festival

The 2016 The Edmonton Clown Festival

Small Matters is thrilled to present two works at the inaugural Edmonton Clown Festival, running Sept 29 to Oct 2, 2016. Clown Shorts Series 1  features the return of The Heavy Sleeper,  and a new short work that asks: How far will you go if it’s… For Science! ? Two shows only: Thursday Sept 29 @ 8 pm Saturday Oct 1 @ 6 pm at the beautiful L’UniThéâtre, 8627 91 St. N.W Tickets available...

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The Object of Constellations

The Object of Constellations

The Object of Constellations By Christine Lesiak When we peer into the sky, we peer into our past. Astronomy, cosmology, and mythology coalesce in this uncommon adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic novella, The Little Prince, intended for adult audiences. Part theatre, part installation art, The Object of Constellations is a site-specific performance. Premiering April 2016 at the University of Alberta’s astronomical...

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The Object of Constellations, April 20-24, 2016

The Object of Constellations, April 20-24, 2016

When we peer into the sky, we peer into our past. Astronomy, cosmology, and mythology coalesce in this uncommon adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic novella, The Little Prince, intended for adult audiences. Part theatre, part installation art, The Object of Constellations is a site-specific performance designed for and performed in the University of Alberta’s astronomical observatory.     Details: April 20: Preview April...

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