Category Archives: Tom McCamus

The Matchmaker

What fun! A tremendous performance to finish opening week on a high note. Director Chris Abraham took full advantage of the comedic talents of his cast, adding tremendous physical comedy to the amusing dialogue of Thornton Wilder. This could have … Continue reading

Posted in Andrea Runge, Cara Ricketts, Josh Epstein, Mike Sharra, Nora McLellan, Seana McKenna, Stratford 2012, Tom McCamus, Victor Dolhai | 1 Comment

Cymbeline

Wonderful, amazing, brilliant, fabulous – all are adjectives that came to mind during and after this show! There are many reasons this play is not frequently performed. The plot is complicated; it is difficult to describe what it is about … Continue reading

Posted in Cara Ricketts, Graham Abbey, Mike Sharra, Stratford 2012, Tom McCamus | 1 Comment

The Merry Wives of Windsor

Not one of Shakespeare’s better efforts, but still a fun afternoon. This sir John Falstaff is definitely the fool, not the sad drunk. Geraint Wynn Davies has a lot of fun with the role and the audience has fun, too.Lucy … Continue reading

Posted in Laura Condlin, Lucy Peacock, Stratford 2011, Tom McCamus, Tom Rooney | 1 Comment

The Grapes of Wrath

Our first play of the Stratford season. I wanted to see it, Keith did not. It was superb!Evan Builung was brilliant as Tom Joad Janet Wright equally strong as Ma Joad and Tom McCamus was great as the preacher. There … Continue reading

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Peter Pan

We waited to the very end to see this play so that Aiden could be as old as possible. At 3 and three quarters, he was barely there. But he did stay through the whole play and did not want … Continue reading

Posted in J.M. Barrie, Michael Theriault, Sara Topham, Stratford 2010, Tom McCamus | 2 Comments

Dangerous Liaisons

Evil or just bored and amoral? Seana McKenna (La Marquise de Merteuil) and Tom McCamus (Le Vicomte de Valmont) were brilliant as the twosome competing to see who could cause the most trouble. The two victims Sara Topham (Le Presidente … Continue reading

Posted in Sara Topham, Seana McKenna, Tom McCamus | 1 Comment