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From the Fringe: ‘Canuck Cabaret’

Fringe review: Canuck Cabaret, Bundle of Joy, Regina, Saskatchewan

By Elizabeth Maupin

If your idea of Canada is a bland, agreeable country to our north, the country with the world’s longest coastline and the birthplace of William Shatner and Joni Mitchell, your horizons may be expanded a bit with Canuck Cabaret, Paul Hutcheson and Sharon Nowlan’s 55 minutes of retro vaudeville.

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From the Fringe: ‘Third Time Lucky’

Fringe review: Third Time Lucky, Wog Productions, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

By Elizabeth Maupin

You want to like Paul Hutcheson’s show; you really, really do. He’s cute, he’s expressive, and he has a funny way of repeating things for emphasis, louder and louder, as if his listeners are either imbeciles or dogs.

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