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Westward bound and packing some history

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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Help bring RE:UNION to Mag North

Horseshoes & Hand Grenades Theatre is extremely proud to be able to bring our production of RE:UNION to the very important Magnetic North Theatre Festival in Ottawa this June. We’ve spent the past 4 years since our first production of … Continue reading

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To Peek Inside Where Looking is Forbidden

This year’s World Theatre Day message comes from Polish director¬†Krzysztof Warlikowski. “…Most often I turn to prose for guidance.¬† Day in and day out I find myself thinking about writers who nearly one hundred years ago described prophetically but also … Continue reading

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