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Sarah Dussome

Sarah Dussome Sarah Dussome is a freelance writer and contributing editor for
A lifelong theatre fan, she loves being whisked away by sweeping music and caught up in the journeys of larger than life characters. She lives in Edmonton, Canada, where she writes, sings, and keeps an eye out for the latest in live theatre


Review: NETWORK Opens the Citadel Theatre's 2022-2023 Season
September 25, 2022

The 1976 satire film comes to life on stage.

Review: THE HANDMAID'S TALE Haunts Edmonton
September 24, 2022

The Royal Winnipeg Ballet breathes life into the internationally acclaimed dystopia.

Review: COME FROM AWAY Enthralls Edmonton
September 6, 2022

On the northeast tip of North America, on an island called Newfoundland, there's a small town called Gander. On September 11, 2001, approximately 7,000 aircraft passengers were stranded there after the horrific attacks on New York City's World Trade Center. Come From Away tells the true stories of diverted passengers and Gander residents, resulting in a moving musical testament. Since its 2013 development at the Canadian Music Theatre Project, Come From Away soared to international acclaim, receiving multiple Olivier Awards and the 2017 Tony Award for Best Director of a Musical (awarded to Christopher Ashley). For the second time since 2019, the production's North American tour touches down at Edmonton's Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium.

Review: FAGS IN SPACE is a Whimsical Romantic Comedy
August 21, 2022

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far, away, Todd and Luca met each other online. FAGS IN SPACE humorously portrays their love story.

Review: CLUE Delights Edmonton
July 31, 2022

The stage adaptation of the 1985 murder mystery film takes centre stage in Edmonton.

Review: THE REALISTIC JONESES is An Entertaining Night of Theatre
July 9, 2022

Comedy meets poignancy in Will Eno’s unconventional drama.

Review: HAMILTON Enthralls Edmonton
June 25, 2022

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s acclaimed rap musical takes centre stage.

BWW Review: RE:CONSTRUCT Charms Edmonton
June 10, 2022

BWW Review: 9 TO 5 Delights Edmonton
May 16, 2022

Judy, Violet, and Doralee dream of revenge on their lying, sexist, egotistical boss. Between being accosted with his crude comments, constantly referred to as 'girls,' and being forced to maintain spartan workspaces, the women are through with being treated as inferior and are determined to get the working conditions they deserve.

BWW Review: BRONTË is a Compelling Night of Theatre
May 15, 2022

The most mysterious sisters in literary history take to centre stage.

BWW Review: CINDERELLA Enchants Edmonton
May 14, 2022

Alberta Ballet’s most successful production returns to centre stage.

BWW Review: THE 39 STEPS is A Rollicking Comedy-Thriller
May 13, 2022

The Walterdale Theatre’s adaptation features a versatile cast and striking set.

BWW Review: I DON'T EVEN MISS YOU is a Thought-Provoking Sci-Fi Drama
May 1, 2022

Themes of gender and social isolation meet in Tiny Bear Jaws’ latest production.

BWW Review: THE HERD is a Poignant Night of Theatre
April 11, 2022

Science, ethics, and spirituality take centre stage in this memorable contemporary drama.

BWW Review: PHI Electrifies Edmonton
April 1, 2022

Virtual reality and the music of David Bowie come to life in Jean Grand-Maître's sci-fi ballet.

BWW Review: ROCHDALE Captivates at Timms Centre for the Arts
April 1, 2022

Canada's most infamous hippie commune is reimagined in this darkly comedic production.

BWW Review: The Citadel's JANE EYRE is a Witty Take on a Victorian Masterpiece
March 26, 2022

Charlotte Brontë's beloved classic comes to life at The Citadel Theatre.

BWW Review: COSÌ FAN TUTTE Charms Edmonton
March 20, 2022

Mozart's 1790 romantic comedy features stunning sets and world-class performances.

BWW Review: COPENHAGEN Haunts The Walterdale Theatre
March 11, 2022

Science and ethics orbit each another in this tense historical drama.

BWW Review: PETER PAN GOES WRONG is a Side-Splitting Comedy Adventure
March 5, 2022

You've never seen J.M. Barrie's classic like this before!