Monthly Archives: January 2015

King Lear

Two biases must be admitted up front: Stratford did a fabulous King Lear last summer with Colm Feore in the lead role and a very strong supporting cast. Second, we are leary of Jared Sakren’s directorial efforts. His Tempest two … Continue reading

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As You Like It

The advantage of a repertory company is that you can see what makes the difference. As You Like It had the same cast as King Lear, the same playwright, the same theatre, ┬ábut a different director. David Vining directed a … Continue reading

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The Thirty-nine Steps

I saw this in New York a few years ago and thought it was hilarious, so I convinced Keith we should take a chance on the Mesa Encore Theatre production. The result was amusing but not at all up to … Continue reading

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Three we missed reviewing

It has been a tough year. Memory is poor as a result of drug brain. Keith went to see Bakelite Masterpiece which he thought was an interesting exploration of the line between reality and the fake and their importance to … Continue reading

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