A Shakespearean Snow Tragedy
Air Date: Jan 07, 2013 12:00 AM ET
The City of Saskatoon's snow removal plan has taken on epic proportions for some of the city's residents. Many of them have shared their agonized thoughts with city council. We decided to have some fun with those letters with the help of actor Kent Allen. He's currently portraying King Lear in a production at Persephone Theatre and he humoured us with a Shakespearean take on snow removal angst.
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