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Moving Parts Theatre

We get the theatre we deserve

When you think of plays, you think of The Guild and Nakai Theatre.More and more people are thinking of Music Arts and Drama at the Wood Street Centre as the high-schoolers in the experiential program put on beloved plays for the...

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If a drag queen falls in the forest …

Last year’s Nakai Theatre Pivot Festival was not well-received.It featured a blind comic who portrayed cancer. It had a snow-shovelling demonstration. A sexualized Betty Rubble. A lonely, lonely lounge singer. A human...

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One of many moving parts

Theatre isn’t just about the actors on stage. And while Moving Parts Theatre concentrates on methods and techniques for its players, it also provides community members with important roles behind the scenes.Balancing...

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Acting Out Her Passion

Sometimes people stumble upon their passions accidentally; such is the case with Sophia Marnik.After studying to become a teacher at McGill University, she came North to the Yukon, in 1996, with an open-ended future in front of...

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Orderly Chaos

”Hello, everybody. Welcome to mayhem and madness.”It’s precisely 7 pm and Anton Solomon is just kicking off a rehearsal for the Moving Parts Theatre production of Noises Off, which is scheduled to open 15 days...

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Young man of many parts

It’s not always easy for a 19-year-old to decide what to do next; especially a 19-year-old like Graham Rudge.Should an award-winning year at art school be followed by a mechanical engineering degree, or a stint at circus...

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