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March Madness       (2013)
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Bronte Burlesque (2014) Edmonton Journal Preview

"The context has something to do with peeling back the constraints of female ambition and respectability in the period. A certain detectable “feminist outlook” in Jane Eyre first twigged Chorley to the idea. " 

 

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Tudor Queens (2013)

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Tudor Queens (2013)

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"But there is nothing off-the-rack about the way Send In The

Girls marry burlesque to theatrical narrative... "

 

 

 

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"“Tonight is the night that the show goes off the rails and the queens find out a lot about each other and a lot about what’s going on, and give all this great power to themselves.”"

 

 

 

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"Tudor Queens certainly promises a healthy eyeful of titillating female form, but aside from the seductive dance numbers, the ladies have made a strong effort to keep the play true to history, immensely entertaining and even a little bit educational for everyone.."

 

 

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"If you paid much attention in the beer tents of last year's Fringe, you probably heard buzz about Tudor Queens, which saw the six ghostly wives of King Henry VIII put on a come-hither-kiss-off pageant for their dead husband. It was a sleeper hit, selling out most nights and earning, in one instance, a kijiji hunt for tickets. Something about the way the show blurred the line between burlesque and more traditional theatre clicked..."

 

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March Madness (2013)

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