Picking up after the events of Anne of Green Gables, Anne & Gilbert The Musical follows our beloved Anne Shirley as she starts her career as a school master and later as she goes off to University. Anne finds herself followed all the way by her childhood sweetheart Gilbert Blythe, who is quite determined to convince Anne to marry him, despite Anne’s hesitations. Covering the content of the second and third novel in Lucy Maud Montgomery’s series, Anne of Avonlea and Anne of the Island, Anne & Gilbert The Musical is definitely a family classic that will make the entire audience believe in love by the end.Read the full review.
The simplest way to describe The December Man is that it’s depressing, from beginning to end, or a better way to put it would be from end to beginning. Following the events of the Polytechnique Massacre, The December Man is a play which pays tribute to the women who lost their lives in that horrific tragedy, and also those who had life-long scars in the days, months and years following. The December Man follows Jean, a young and promising Engineering Student, whose daily life is upended as he starts to relive the nightmares that he witnessed on the fateful day, wishing he could transform himself into a hero to put an end to the haunting visions. The play works backwards through time, opening with a vignette that holds no punches as it very quickly and graphically shows the fates of our three main characters.Read the full review.