Plosive Production’s Billy Bishop Goes to War is a one man, one pianist, show about the Canadian World War I flying ace and cultural hero, Billy Bishop. It’s a big piece of Canadian history from a time where Canada was just starting to grow into the independent nation it is today. Read the full review.
The year is 1996, AIDS runs rampant in New York’s East Village, and a group of starving artists and lost souls live, love, and lose in Orpheus Musical Theatre’s production of the hugely popular Rent, now playing at Centrepointe Theatre. Read the full review.