Toronto Fringe: The savagery of civilized society in sharply insightful, brutally funny God of Carnage

Halo Productions brings biting social commentary to Toronto Fringe venue the Helen Gardiner Playhouse with Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage, translated by Christopher Hampton and directed by Katherine Bignell. When their 11-year-old son Henry is badly injured by stick-wielding playmate Benjamin, Veronica (Françoise Balthazar) and Michael (Mike Lummis) invite Benjamin’s parents Annette (Angela Froese) andContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: The savagery of civilized society in sharply insightful, brutally funny God of Carnage”

Fiercely sexy, ruthlessly funny, real & raw – Theatre Brouhaha’s Delicacy

I had the great pleasure of seeing Theatre Brouhaha’s production of Kat Sandler’s Delicacy for the second time during its SummerWorks run at Lower Ossington Theatre last night. I’d first seen it during at Factory Theatre Studio back in the Fall and loved its sharp-edged, quick-witted, socially apt story and characters – played out byContinue reading “Fiercely sexy, ruthlessly funny, real & raw – Theatre Brouhaha’s Delicacy”