Monthly Archives: December 2010

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Over the top fun. this production included eveything but the kitchen sink – although the fridge and stove made it on stage! I particularly liked the McArthur Park scene – psychedelic to the max!The basic story line works better in … Continue reading

Posted in C. David Johnson, Nick Adams, Princess of Wales, Tony Sheldon, Will Swenson | 1 Comment

Munsch Express

Aiden’s third play. Produced and performed by the students of the George Brown School of Performing arts, it was fun but seeing Robert Munsch live would have been better. Aiden liked the musical bits, but lost interest in the dramatic … Continue reading

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This production of Hamlet was part of the National Theatre Live series – not as good as being there, but better than not seeing it at all. This is the best live production of Hamlet that I have ever seen. … Continue reading

Posted in National Theatre, Nick Hytner, Rory Kinnear | 1 Comment

Studies in Motion – the hauntings of Eadweard Muybridge

Fantastic! Canadian Stage is really coming up the ladder with this production. It was visually stunning, made amazing use of video and used the movement of people to great effect. So many more naked people than we expect to see … Continue reading

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