Monthly Archives: September 2015

Pygmalion

This is definitely one of Shaw’s better plays and this modern version proves that he does still have something to say to a modern audience. I loved the staging, the costumes and the use of video. The cast was brilliant, … Continue reading

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Sweet Charity

The less said the better. A weak musical, with one good song (Hey Big Spender) and a very weak plot. We stayed to the end, but only because we did not have Netflix in our room.

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The Divine

This is the fourth play by Michel Marc Bouchard that we have seen and loved. The power of his drama, the story and the characters is absolutely riveting. Described as a play about the visit of Sarah Bernhardt, aka The … Continue reading

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The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide

Definitely one of the best plays we have seen this year. If you have a chance and can get a ticket, go! The play is very strong, covering a wider range of subjects as the title suggests – capitalism, socialism, … Continue reading

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Carousel

Borimg. Static production. It was like going to a concert interspersed with a few dance numbers. The voices were quite good and the acting was fine, when the actors were allowed some opportunity to act. We know the dancers are … Continue reading

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