Monthly Archives: August 2016

FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS

Weyni Mengesha directed this terrific play by Suzan-Lori Parks starring one of my favourite actors, Dion Johnstone. So I was prepared for an evening of great theatre, even without any clue what the subject of the play might be. It … Continue reading

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If Truth Be Told

Beverley Cooper has written an excellent play about Alice Munro, even though the play calls her Peg Dunlop and changes the name of the town from Clinton to something else unmemorable. But there was a particular thrill to see this … Continue reading

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The Hypochondriac

If you worry that Moliere is too sophisticated for your kids, worry no more. This production ┬áhas all the poop, piss and fart jokes that any ten year old boy could possibly want! And if he gets a bit of … Continue reading

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