Insight & delight in a satirical battle of the sexes in highly entertaining You Never Can Tell

I don’t often make the trip out to Fairview Library Theatre, but for Stage Centre Productions, I was willing to make an exception, to see their production of George Bernard Shaw’s You Never Can Tell, directed by Scott Griffin, which opened to an enthusiastic audience last night. Inspired by commedia dell’arte and with the hallmarkContinue reading “Insight & delight in a satirical battle of the sexes in highly entertaining You Never Can Tell”

Toronto Fringe: A peek inside the men’s room in The Urinal Dialogues

I ventured into the world of the men’s room yesterday – in this case, the Al Green Theatre stage transformed into a men’s washroom for the Toronto Fringe run of Mark H. Albert’s The Urinal Dialogues, directed by Mario D’Alimonte. Inspired by sound bites overheard in men’s washrooms, The Urinal Dialogues plays out in aContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: A peek inside the men’s room in The Urinal Dialogues”