The power of the quantifiable meets the strength of the immeasurable in HER2

When you see an image of HER2, you’re struck at how remarkably – and surprisingly – beautiful it is, like a Valentine’s heart with a single foot on point. Feminine. Ballerina-like. Maja Ardal’s HER2, directed by Kim Blackwell for Nightwood Theatre, opened its world premiere run at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre this week –Continue reading “The power of the quantifiable meets the strength of the immeasurable in HER2”

Marilyn Monroe in the first person: Nonnie Griffin’s remarkable Marilyn – After

Frank Sinatra music plays over the speakers. A single pale blue velvet upholstered chair sits centre stage, accompanied by a side table with a goblet of water. A man in a suit and bow tie (David Roche, also assistant to the producer) walks to the bottom of the staircase. And then she appears at theContinue reading “Marilyn Monroe in the first person: Nonnie Griffin’s remarkable Marilyn – After”