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Celia McBride

What do a dancer and a photographer have in common? What about a visual artist and an actor, or a writer and a violinist? The answer is Brave New Works' Homeland Fusion, which will run Nov. 21 and 22 at the Old Fire Hall in Whitehorse. Read more

Yukon Arts

Those are two of the profound questions at the heart of Whitehorse playwright Celia McBride's new work-in-progress, GITA: God in the Army. The play centers on a Canadian soldier, Cpl. June Wright, who witnessed war atrocities while photographing the Read more

Theatre - Dance

As he wraps up teaching a kids' drama class, the Family Literacy Centre's Brendan Wiklund switches gears to talk about Tales to be Told, a storytelling circle for elders and adults over 55, which will launch Tuesday, March 29. Read more

Literature

Yukon skies could be busier than usual next week as extraterrestrial visitors zoom in on the Yukon Arts Centre. The annual Longest Night celebration is taking a playful look at alien life forms through film, story and music. Read more

Yukon Arts & Entertainment

Karen Walker, co-owner of Well-Read Books, is familiar with this phenomenon. "Sometimes the book will have come in just that day, even that hour," she says. Read more

Literature

One Word: The Yukon Experience, pulls together select performances from The Yukon Experience and What the Land Remembers. It is a 30-minute show that will lead off the medal ceremony on Feb. 20, starting at 6:30 p.m. Read more

Yukon Active

Patti Flather is sitting at a coffee shop talking about how much fun it is to write strong roles for actors over 40. "There's just not enough of that in theatre or film." She sometimes wonders who tells their stories. Read more

Theatre - Dance

Celia McBride will be representing us at the 2010 Olympics, in Vancouver. Is she a curler? or a luger? Neither, actually. She's a local playwright with an incredible opportunity on her hands. As the host country of next year's Olympics, Canada has... Read more

Yukon People

This past week, Robin Sokoloski, from Playwrights Guild of Canada, was up for a one-day whirlwind of a visit to post nine of these green signs and wrap up a project that has been ongoing since early February. Read more

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Yukon writers are pairing up to give a series of weekly readings at the Whitehorse Public Library starting Feb. 5. The readings begin with Al Pope and Miche Genest, on Feb. 5, followed by Patti Flather and Clea Roberts on Feb. 12. Read more

Literature

Yukon writers are pairing up to give a series of weekly readings at the Whitehorse Public Library starting Feb. 5. The readings begin with Al Pope and Miche Genest, on Feb. 5, followed by Patti Flather and Clea Roberts on Feb. 12. Read more

Literature

The vibrant theatre community in Whitehorse is making room for some new, budding talent. After years of bringing innovative and imaginative works to local stages, Gwaandak Theatre presents youth with the chance to tell their own stories through the Read more

Literature

One of the final accomplishments in focus for Nakai Theatre is a barrage of local performance artists. Also affectionately known as the Homegrown Festival. "It's emerging artists, first-time artists and artists who are devoting their life...." Read more

Theatre - Dance

A group of movie lovers gathers on a frigid Sunday in Whitehorse. In an apartment living room, they watch movies and eat popcorn. They laugh with a good comedy and are swept away with a gripping drama. But the home of Yukon Film Society president Mic Read more

Photography - Film