Preview: Assassinating Thomson paints a picture of intrigue and artistry

  Calgary Herald 

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In a case of life imitating life, a well-known actor and artist will take to the stage to paint a story about another famous painter’s death. In Bruce Horak’s one-man show Assassinating Thomson, Lunchbox Theatre audiences will hear conspiracy theories about the possible murder of Canadian impressionist painter Tom Thomson in 1917 and will learn […]

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