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Saturday, October 02, 2010
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Air Cadets leaves City Hall in Fredericton!
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THIS IS SUPPOSE TO BE GOOD!!! I was standing at the Market and suddenly this guy caught me offguard by saying- Hello Charles LeBlanc!! I'm the British Prime Minister.
He came earlier with a hat and in disguise asking me about my protest...I never recognized the guy!!..lol
They're very good actors...with reporters and bodyguards!!..lol Too bad I don't have the money to see it because I believe it would be pretty good!..lol
FEELGOOD debuts in New Brunswick after a rollercoaster election season!
Last Updated on Friday, 24 September 2010 00:29 Written by Administrator Friday, 24 September 2010 00:19
September 23, 2010
Fredericton, NB - Running September 30th – October 3rd, TNB presents the bitingly funny Feelgood which pulls back the curtain on the crafting of political rhetoric. We have survived weeks of political promises, speeches, and debates in New Brunswick; now audience members can become flies on the wall of the Prime Minister’s office as they watch at The Fredericton Playhouse. Feelgood has received rave reviews in England and across the globe. It won the Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy in 2001, and was nominated for The Oliver Award. The Evening Standard calls it, “A satirical treat to savour,” while The Times notes that it “left me sobbing with laughter.”
Feelgood kick-starts the 2010-2011 Main Stage season and provides a hysterically funny and politically piercing work rarely seen at Theatre New Brunswick. Artistic Producer Caleb Marshall explains that The Bricklin was the first foray into a political-type story, “but Feelgood manages to take on the nitty gritty of it all: public relations, spin, and propaganda in political systems.” Feelgood has only been produced once before in Canada at Ottawa’s Great Canadian Theatre Company which, like Fredericton, is a university, political capital town.