Questions of perception, assumption & expectation in the powerful, riveting, provocative Actually

Tony Ofori & Claire Renaud. Set design by Sean Mulcahy. Costume design by Alex Amini. Lighting design by Steve Lucas. Photo by Joanna Akyol.   The Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company, in association with Obsidian Theatre, opens its 13th season with Anna Ziegler’s Actually, directed by Philip Akin, assisted by Kanika Ambrose; and running inContinue reading “Questions of perception, assumption & expectation in the powerful, riveting, provocative Actually”

Beyond the Toronto Fringe: TIFF meets Fringe & Next Stage line-up announced

TIFF meets Fringe. That’s right, folks attending Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this year will have a chance to catch some cool Toronto Fringe Shed Plays this weekend (Sept 5-7), featuring: Theatre Mischief’s Cinema Trope (Mark Shyzer & Jessica Moss) Monkeyman Productions’ Ask Lovecraft (Leeman Kessler) Morro & Jasp’s Equal Rights for Clowns Kanika Ambrose’sContinue reading “Beyond the Toronto Fringe: TIFF meets Fringe & Next Stage line-up announced”