Monthly Archives: April 2017

Crash

Created and Performed by Pamela Mala Sinha Directed by Alan Dilworth Like our last play, 887, this play is about a memory, but it could not be more different. 887 was personal and political, but positive and happy. Crash is … Continue reading

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887

Written and performed by Robert Lepage. Our second standing ovation of the year and it is only April! Lepage has a well deserved reputation for creating interesting theatrical experiences. This play is no exception, although play is not really the … Continue reading

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Kiss

Author – Guillermo Calderon; Director – Aslie Corcoran Bana- Dalal Badr Youssif – Greg Gale Ahmed – Carlos Gonzalez-vio Hadell – Naomi Wright Interpreter – Liza BalkaN Ameera’s sister – Bahareh Yaraghi Described as a play within a play, Kiss … Continue reading

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Little Pretty and the Exceptional

Written by Anusree Roy; Directed by Brendan Healy Cast: Shelly Antony – Iyar; Shruti Kothari – Jasmeet; Farah Merani – Simran; Sugith Varughese – Dilpreet Still dealing with jetlag, we worried about whether we would manage to stay awake through … Continue reading

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Travesties

Start with the facts that Lenin, James Joyce and the father of Dadaism ( I still cannot remember his name) were all in Zurich in 1917. Assume they met. Add the plot of The Importance of Being Ernest. Now you … Continue reading

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