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Chilliwack Times, December 8, 2016 You won’t need a visit from the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future to feel full of holiday spirit this year—DuffleBag Theatre’s children’s production of A Christmas Carol will help you do just that. On Dec. 11 join Scrooge as he learns the real meaning of Christmas with the...
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Whistler Question, December 5, 2016 Expect audience participation and a few laughs at Saturday’s show MEGAN LALONDE / WHISTLER QUESTION When it comes to Christmas stories, none are as well known or loved as that of Ebenezer Scrooge, the grumpy old man who takes a turn to the kinder, gentler side after being visited by...
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Pique News Magazine, February 27, 2014 DuffleBag Theatre's family version of the classic tale makes the audience the star By Brandon Barrett SURE WOULD!: Toronto's DuffleBag Theatre have been adapting classic tales for 22 years. This ain't your granddaddy's version of Robin Hood, that's for sure. The benches can talk, the trees in Sherwood Forest...
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Whistler Question, February 25, 2014 The travelling troupe brings its improv production to Millennium Place on March 1 ALYSSA NOEL / STAFF WRITER Growing up, Marcus Lundgren loved the good-versus-evil story of Robin Hood. As a kid reading the book and watching the Disney movie, he didn't quite grasp the central theme of a corrupt...
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Barrie Advance (via Simcoe.com), Aug 15, 2013 By Leigh Blenkhorn You could end up being the star of your very own comedy show. When Dufflebag Theatre brings its production of Robin Hood to Barrie Sept. 21, as part of the Barrie International Comedy Festival, it will shine a light on an audience member. “Our spin...
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Classic tale brought to life with audience actors at Millennium Place By Stephen Smysnuik Pique News Magazine, Whistler, BC April 26, 2012 Surprise of the week: Canadians are unfamiliar with The Three Musketeers. Yes, everyone knows Alexandre Dumas's classic novel coined the phrase, "All for one and one for all." And yet, perhaps because Disney...
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Whistler Question April 26, 2012 DuffleBag Theatre revives classic tale for new audiences CHRISTOPHER POON / STAFF WRITER It's the famed motto of the Three Musketeers: All for one and one for all. But it could just as easily apply to DuffleBag Theatre. That's because the whole concept of the traveling theatre act is telling...
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JAMES REANEY, The London Free Press Wednesday, February 29, 2012 8:38:42 EST AM As it gets set to celebrate 20 years of mirth and merriment, DuffleBag Theatre is still finding new ways to have fun with its old friends from Orchestra London. Tuesday morning's collaboration on Cinderella was a fun-filled romp with four DuffleBaggers, the...
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Moncton Times & Transcript Posted on December 26, 2011 by Ken Kelley Whether you are an experienced theatre performer or simply an aspiring theatre actor or actress, your chance to shine in a main role in a feature production is coming your way courtesy of Toronto theatre troupe DuffleBag Theatre. Since starting in 1992, the...
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