The ABCs of cut-throat real estate in the darkly funny, testosterone-fuelled Glengarry Glen Ross

Derek Perks, Chris Coculuzzi & Frank De Francesco in Glengarry Glen Ross—photo by David Fitzpatrick Amicus Productions wraps its 2016-17 season with its production of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross, directed by Harvey Levkoe; and opening last night at the Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills. Set in Chicago in the 1980s, Glengarry Glen Ross stillContinue reading “The ABCs of cut-throat real estate in the darkly funny, testosterone-fuelled Glengarry Glen Ross”

Toronto Fringe: Sharp-witted, informative & moving story of the fight for the lumpectomy in Radical

So what if I told you that, up until the 70s, radical mastectomy was the go-to procedure for Stage One breast cancer (e.g., a pea-sized tumor)? You’d likely be a bit shocked, puzzled and possibly enraged. Right? I know I was. Playwright/oncologist Charles Hayter’s play Radical – developed and presented as a reading at AlumnaeContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: Sharp-witted, informative & moving story of the fight for the lumpectomy in Radical”