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Issue: 2011-11-03

A Different Face of Mamet

In graduate school, Stephen Drover “dabbled” with the work of American playwright David Mamet, but he had never directed a full Mamet play.So when the Guild Theatre’s artistic director, Katherine McCallum, told...

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Art Enrichment Time

The first Youth Art Enrichment (YAC) week in Dawson City was inspired in the early years of the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC) by the long-running Youth Authors’ Conference that takes place in...

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Horror Picture Show

As a child, storyteller and projection artist Daniel Barrow shielded his eyes from glimpsing the jackets of horror films in the video store.With puberty, his fear of the horrific and obscene became an obsession with the genre.I...

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Alive with Music

For seven years, Digging Roots’ lead guitarist, Raven Kanatakta could not pick up an instrument.”My arms and hands weren’t working,” he says. “I was worried.”In 1996, halfway through his...

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Nomination Hat Trick

Les Walker had a particular goal in mind when he teamed up with guitarist Clancy McInnis in 2009 to form the band, Common Knowledge.He wanted to perform at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (CAMA) and have an album in...

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Getting the Message

Editor’s Note: Amber Church’s assignment was to gather some impressions of Yukon Educational Theatre’s latest production from a few young audience members who saw it before it travelled to Yukon...

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Wolves, Words & French Press

Not everyone who enters Nakai Theatre’s 24-hour playwriting competition is as prolific as Eva van Loon.Some writers manage to eke out nine pages or so. Others produce a respectable 28 or 30. Some miraculously manage 60...

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