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Lear

If you don’t have tickets to this Groundlings production, get them right away! You do not want to miss Seana McKenna as Lear. Graham Abbey has assembled a stellar cast for this production combining Stratford,  Shaw and Soulpepper company members … Continue reading

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Unholy

We missed this play last year, when it had a sold out run, so I was happy to have another chance to see it. The script has been updated slightly to recognize the events of the past year -Muslim bans, … Continue reading

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Heisenberg

Written by Simon Stephens and directed by Matthew Jocelyn, the play starred two well known actors Carly Street as Georgie and David Schurmann as Alex. When you think of Heisenberg, you think of uncertainty. His famous principle (you can not … Continue reading

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Trace

World premiere always sounds so pretentious, but every new play has to start somewhere! And we were lucky to be at a performance of this one man play yesterday in Toronto. The audience was very small (so was the theatre) … Continue reading

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Life After

A new Canadian musical by Britta Johnson. Lots of talent in the show – Dan Chameroy, Trish Lindstrom, Barbara Fulton among the ones we knew, and Ellen Denny as Alice. She was new to us, but very good. The same … Continue reading

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Fish Eyes

Written, choreographed and performed by Anita Majumdar. Rashomon in Port Moodie BC – three views of the same situation from teenaged girls points of view. Boys with Cars, Let me Borrow that Top and Fish Eyes are three stories connected … Continue reading

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1837: The Farmers’ Revolt

Written by Rick Salutin in 1973-74 with Theatre Passe Muraille, this production directed by Philip Akin is perhaps even more relevant now than it was then. The cast of eight played so many parts that the individual credits are not … Continue reading

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