Toronto Fringe: An enjoyable history what-if in charming, entertaining Exposure

I also saw another enjoyable history-inspired piece yesterday at Toronto Fringe: Undershaft & Lazarus Productions’ world premiere of John Lazarus’s Exposure, directed by Kathryn MacKay – running at the Robert Gill Theatre. Inspired by Louis Daguerre’s ground-breaking photograph of a man getting a shoe shine on the Boulevard du Temple, Paris, Exposure fills in theContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: An enjoyable history what-if in charming, entertaining Exposure”

SummerWorks: Brave & sharp memoir in Women Who Shout at the Stars

A straight-talking, no-nonsense cockney woman, a former scullery maid turned nanny. A vivacious, suicidal socialite mother who loves gin and the works of Dorothy Parker. A sensitive and creative young woman, raised, influenced and loved by both of these women. Women Who Shout at the Stars, written and performed by Carolyn Hetherington, and directed byContinue reading “SummerWorks: Brave & sharp memoir in Women Who Shout at the Stars”