Norm Foster has been the most produced playwright in Canada every year for the past twenty years. His plays receive an average of one hundred and fifty productions annually. Norm has over sixty plays to his credit, including The Foursome, On a First Name Basis, and Hilda’s Yard. He is the recipient of the Los Angeles Drama-Logue Award for his play The Melville Boys and is an Officer of the Order of Canada. He lives in Fredericton.
This week we questioned irrational political decisions in the information age, played casting director, looked at the problem with the happily-ever-after narratives, and much more.
Hot and spicy or layed-back, relaxed and cozy...everyone has their own idea of what the PERFECT Valentine's Day looks like. But if you're anything like us, the best V-Day date is one spent cuddled up with a good book. Take our quick personality quiz to get your #ALULoves book ... Read more
It was World Theatre Day on March 27th, and we couldn’t just celebrate with new plays or a drama match-up for what ended up being the winner of this year’s Canada Reads. The truth is, we love reading drama all year round: it’s as suspenseful and intriguing as ... Read more
Chinese New Year may not officially ring in until January 31st but we're celebrating the year of the horse a little early by pulling out some animal appropriate books to decorate our bookshelf!
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