Alumnae Theatre’s production of Sylvia is into its final week now (closing on Sat, Nov 26), so you still have a chance to see it. In the meantime, check out Alumnae bloggergal Tina McCulloch’s post on the Q&A with the Sylvia folks that took place after Sunday’s matinée: http://alumnaetheatre.wordpress.com/2011/11/23/report-on-sylvia-talkback-nov-20/ For more info and reservations, drop by Alumnae’s website: http://www.alumnaetheatre.com/1112sylvia.html
Willow Quartet is well underway and continues its run at the Papermill Theatre until Saturday, December 3. For reservations, call 647-342-7454 or go online at www.secureaseat.com
And, finally, the Love and Obsession Theatre Festival – featuring Kat Leonard’s one-woman show A Depper Kind of Love – opened at Red Sandcastle Theatre on Tuesday and continues through Sunday. Get the scoop on that here: http://loveandobsessionfest.com/ I’ll be heading out there tomorrow night to see The One and A Depper Kind of Love.
p.s. – Just realized that, in my post “Of willows & not so little women,” I meant to describe Aunt March as “imperious” and not “impervious” – though she is a stubborn, unresponsive kinda gal. Anyway, I just fixed that. Chalk it up to sleep deprivation and the wackiness of the English language. Okay, so mostly sleep deprivation. Doing some catch-up this week, so I hope to remedy that soon as well.