Toronto Fringe: Powerful & thoughtful exploration of family & mental illness in Hanger

Saw yet another marvelous two-hander at Toronto Fringe last night: Kildare Company’s Hanger, written by Hilary McCormack and directed by Joshua Stodart (both also on the Ale House Theatre Co. Twelfe Night, or what you will team) – running at St. Vladimir Theatre. Acceptance and denial of mental health issues come to the forefront asContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: Powerful & thoughtful exploration of family & mental illness in Hanger”

Toronto Fringe: A most delightful production of Twelfe Night, or what you will from Ale House Theatre Co.

Finally got to see Ale House Theatre Co. do Shakespeare yesterday. They’re running an Original Practices version of Twelfe Night, or what you will, directed by Joshua Stodart, at St. Vladimir’s Theatre during Toronto Fringe. An Original Practices production uses the stage conventions and tech that were known to be used in Shakespeare’s time –Continue reading “Toronto Fringe: A most delightful production of Twelfe Night, or what you will from Ale House Theatre Co.”