Moon Dinosaur Theatre’s Paleoncology Delivers At Calgary Fringe Festival

How do you cope losing what was never really there to begin with? This is one of the questions Kira Hall explores in her poignant one-woman show, Paleoncology. Presented by Moon Dinosaur Theatre at Artpoint Gallery, Paleoncology, directed by Andrew Young, is a play that, at first, draws audiences in with its humour and charismatic lead, but then proves to be something more earnest under the surface.
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All The World’s A Stage: Eavesdropping on Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre at the Calgary Fringe Festival

Three friends reconnecting over coffee, a struggling writer, and a man searching for himself in an unsuspecting coffee patron: it’s just another day at the coffee shop. Or is it? Performed inside Gravity Espresso & Wine Bar, Swallow-A-Bicycle Theatre’s site-specific Eavesdrop: The Coffee Shop Show invites audiences to listen into the private conversations and innermost thoughts and desires of six characters trying to navigate through life, one sip of coffee at a time.
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The Calgary Fringe Festival!

Today is the first day of the Calgary Fringe Festival (Aug 1-9)! Artists and crews from across Canada are in Calgary to deliver phenomenal theatre, the likes of which the public has never seen before. With over 25+ festival entries that range from musicals to solo acts, there is sure to be something for everyone! Be sure to watch here for my reviews and commentary on what the Calgary Fringe Festival has to offer this year.

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