Orpheus Theatre takes on a Tony Award-winning Broadway production based on the comedy classic Monty Python and the Holy Grail.Read the full review.
Three local theatre groups take Arts Court by storm with three nights of three brand new short plays. GRIMprov and Dead Unicorn Ink join May Can’s fifth anniversary celebrations for Trois, a mini-festival of original and creative theatre.Read the full review.
It’s February again, and thankfully, that means more than just bone-chilling temperatures. It’s also the start of undercurrents 2014, The Great Canadian Theatre Company’s annual mini-festival for theatre below the mainstream. The GCTC is presenting six productions, one interstitial show in the lobby and a one-night only event to keep you warm and toasty. I’ll be posting new reviews to this page all week, so stay tuned and check back often!Read the full review.
Age of Arousal takes place during a time of great change; London, 1885, when the Suffragette movement is starting to take off during a period of repressed desires, where women hugely outnumber men and some must learn to embrace the life of a New Woman.Read the full review.
Is the Christian church the root of all evil or the root of all good? Megan Piercey Monafu explores this complicated question, verbatim theatre-style, in 9th Hour Theatre Company’s first original work.Read the full review.
Sock n’ Buskin Theatre Company takes on a Broadway classic that deals with love, life, loss and tough times among a group of friends and starving artists in New York City’s East Village.Read the full review.
What happens when guests arrive to find a potential scandal at the Deputy Mayor of New York’s anniversary party? Like many classic farces, Neil Simon’s Rumors involves a group of wealthy and well-dressed people lying about completely inconsequential things in entirely self-serving ways.Read the full review.
Veenesh Dubois presents a semi autobiographical one-woman show about the letters exchanged between a father and daughter in Fiji and Canada. Read the full review.
A young Irish woman named Aislin finds herself stuck in the middle of The Troubles in 1970s Ireland – literally. She falls in love with two men, a wealthy Englishman and an IRA solider, and faces a difficult decision. Read the full review.
We Glow is the charming story of two people obsessed with efficiency who are forced off their life script and into a panic. Written by Brad Long and Emily Pearlman, it’s an off-kilter romantic comedy by way of corporate ladder-climbing satire. Read the full review.