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Bold Exploration: Pig Girl

Bold Exploration: Pig Girl

HHG Theatre continues to operate out of both Vancouver and Ottawa, developing and creating work in both cities which reflects our mission to use theatre in order “to reveal the vulnerable heart and champion the brave idea.” HHG Theatre co-founder and … Continue reading

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A new direction for our artistic director!

Horseshoes & Hand Grenades Theatre artistic managing director Sean Devine  is running as the NDP candidate in the new federal riding of Nepean. Regardless of how this goes, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades Theatre will continue along in its mission. For more … Continue reading

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Westward bound and packing some history

As I sit in an airport in Ottawa waiting to board a flight to Seattle, inside my bag is arguably one of the most valuable and unique archival items I’ve ever had the good fortune to discover through research – … Continue reading

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So long Mag North and RE:UNION

And so it goes…Years of preparation. Months of labor. Weeks of sleeplessness. For brief days, nights and moments of joyful execution. RE:UNION has come and gone, and we’re all so grateful for the contributions of so many for having made … Continue reading

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Mag North Theatre Festival Delegates!

From June 5 – 9, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades Theatre’s production of RE:UNION is part of the mainstage program of the 2015 Magnetic North Theatre Festival. We look forward to hosting Ottawa’s theatre-going community, but also the national and international … Continue reading

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RE:UNION at Magnetic North June 5 – 9

“The world doesn’t need a lot of martyrs…but it needs a few.” On November 2, 1965, an American Quaker named Norman Morrison drives to the Pentagon with his infant daughter, a jug of kerosene and a box of matches. With … Continue reading

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