A family confronted with its own #MeToo secret in the complex, honest Lies and Consequences

You can’t change the past, but you can share it. Rare Day Projects presents Carol Libman’s Lies and Consequences, directed by Jeanette Dagger and running this week only at Red Sandcastle Theatre. With the genesis of the play occurring well before the emergence of the #MeToo movement, playwright Libman was inspired to return to itContinue reading “A family confronted with its own #MeToo secret in the complex, honest Lies and Consequences”

A chilling look at mad atrocity planned with rational boardroom expediency – Heretofore Productions’ staged reading of Conspiracy

I went to see Heretofore Productions’ marvelous staged reading of Loring Mandel’s Conspiracy at Grace Church on-the-Hill (300 Lonsdale Road) last night, the first of a two-night run. Co-produced by Leeman Kessler and Danielle Capretti, and co-directed by Capretti and Vivian Hisey, this is an adaptation of Mandel’s film Conspiracy, a documentary-like look at theContinue reading “A chilling look at mad atrocity planned with rational boardroom expediency – Heretofore Productions’ staged reading of Conspiracy”

More music & theatre this week: Shannon Butcher & Mr. Paradise

Hey again – had to give a shout out to some more upcoming music and theatre events, so here goes… Jazz tomorrow night (Thurs, May 3): Shannon Butcher (http://www.shannonbutcher.com/), Mark Kieswetter and Ross MacIntyre will be playing at The Cherry Street Restaurant (275 Cherry St., Toronto), from 7:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. There’s a $10Continue reading “More music & theatre this week: Shannon Butcher & Mr. Paradise”