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HHG Theatre featured on CBC’s The Current

HHG Theatre featured on CBC’s The Current

Our upcoming production of Robert Schenkkan’s brand new play Building The Wall is quickly becoming one of the world’s hottest pieces of theatre, with ┬ánumerous productions planned for across the U.S., Europe, Mexico, and HHG Theatre’s production of the Canadian … Continue reading

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2017/18 Season Announcement: April 25!

Horseshoes & Hand Grenades Theatre has been quietly busy the last few months, putting together one of our most exciting seasons ever, filled with insightful, provocative and passionate theatre and community engagement. We’ve got an inspiring community project about the … Continue reading

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When Present Meets Past: “Confessions”

There’s been a lot of online discussion surrounding the 1964 “Confessions of a Republican” ad, created by Doyle Dane Bernbach for the 1964 LBJ campaign. The theory is that this ad must be a fake, since the ad’s claim – … Continue reading

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Speaking Truth to Power: Talking Diversity

From Sean Devine: A couple of years ago Valerie Sing Turner sent me an email with a question of concern over my new play DAISY, which was still in its early development. I think she may have either read a … Continue reading

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History Repeats Itself: DAISY

The cyclical nature of humankind’s foibles and achievements is a common thread to much of HHG Theatre’s work. Several of our plays – shows like┬áRe:Union, Except in the Unlikely Event of War, and works-in-progress like Glacier and It Can’t Happen … Continue reading

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Fifty Years Ago Today…

On November 2, 1965, American Quaker Norman Morrison took his own life in an act of protest that continues to mystify the world today. This event bears special significance for us here at Horseshoes & Hand Grenades Theatre, since Morrison’s … Continue reading

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