The implications of a kiss: When Raymond met Mimi in a hilarious, moving, cerebral Blind Date

Back by popular demand from its 2015-16 season, Tarragon Theatre wraps its 2016-17 season with Spontaneous Theatre’s production of Blind Date, created by Rebecca Northan. This run of the improv date night hit features Northan, Christy Bruce and Tess Degenstein as rotating Mimis, and Bruce Horak as various other characters. For those of you notContinue reading “The implications of a kiss: When Raymond met Mimi in a hilarious, moving, cerebral Blind Date”

When Richard met Mimi – all the nerves, humour & excitement of a first date in magical, sassy Blind Date

After recently seeing Rebecca Northan perform her solo show Troublemaker at this year’s Soulo Theatre Festival, at long last, I got to see the full-length version of her play Blind Date at the Tarragon Theatre Mainspace last night. I’d fallen in love with Northan’s character Mimi and the show when I saw its 10-minute premiereContinue reading “When Richard met Mimi – all the nerves, humour & excitement of a first date in magical, sassy Blind Date”

Toronto Fringe NSTF: An intense, startling & thought-provoking look at sexual violence in DINK

Theatre-a-go-go explores the themes of sexual violence, society’s response and the celebrity of the villain in Caroline Azar’s DINK, on at the Factory Theatre Mainspace for the Next Stage Theatre Festival. Inspired by the real-life case of former Canadian Forces Colonel Russell Williams, as well as incidents of missing/murdered women from marginalized communities/ethnicities, and theContinue reading “Toronto Fringe NSTF: An intense, startling & thought-provoking look at sexual violence in DINK”