The School for Lies, presented by Algonquin College’s Theatre Arts program, is a liberal adaptation of Moliere’s most well-known work: The Misanthrope – a social commentary satirizing 16th century French society. Read the full review.
The Algonquin College Theatre grads opened their second show of three to a full house. Following up their swim into the waters of absurdism with 7 Stories last month, they now delve into the land of mad scientists and the existentialist questions about life and humanity with Frankenstein, the classic Mary Shelley story about a man’s obsession with creating new life and his struggling to deal with what his success ultimately means. Read the full review.
Algonquin College’s Theatre Arts grads produce three shows in their final semester of study. First up for this year’s group is 7 Stories, some existential surrealism about a guy looking to jump to his death and accidentally picking the busiest 7th story ledge in New York. Read the full review.