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Review: Amadeus at the Grand Théâtre, Quebec City

By Aileen Ruane, Are we able to recognize genius in our midst? If so, how do we react to it, especially when it has the ability to completely change our

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Review: David Mamet’s Race

By Aileen Ruane “On a tous nos préjugés” says Susan to Jack Lawson during the climax of David Mamet’s Race, staged by Martine Beaulne, cynically stating one of the play’s

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Review: Les Fourberies de Scapin in Quebec City

Review by Aileen Ruane, Les Fourberies de Scapin at Salle Albert-Rousseau is a real treat for lovers of classical French theatre. It’s full of fast-paced, pithy dialogue, accompanied by even

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Review: Incendies at Le Trident Theatre, Quebec City

Review by Aileen Ruane “Rien n’est plus beau que d’être ensemble” are the words spoken by Nawal Marwan, played by Nathalie Séguin, Véronika Makdissi-Warren and Lise Castonguay, via a letter

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Review: Théâtre du Trident’s Le cas Joé Ferguson

By Aileen Ruane “The truth is rarely pure and never simple” is an oft-quoted line from Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, but could just as easily apply to