The impact of image on memory, identity & social change in the remarkable, moving, visually epic Reflector

Abraham Asto, Louisa Zhu, Michelle Polak & Michael Spence. Lighting & projection design by Laird MacDonald. Set design by Michael Spence & Laird MacDonald. Costume design by Melanie McNeill. Photo by Michael Cooper Theatre Gargantua celebrates its 25th birthday with the world premiere of Reflector, conceived and directed by Jacquie PA Thomas, and written byContinue reading “The impact of image on memory, identity & social change in the remarkable, moving, visually epic Reflector”

Sympathy for the devil & debate on the nature of humanity in darkly comic, thoughtful Dead End

Theatre Lab opened its production of Jonny Sun’s Dead End, directed by Michael Orlando, on Thursday night in the Factory Theatre Studio, where I caught it last night, along with a post-show talkback with Sun and Orlando. Set in an isolated and claustrophobic fourth floor corridor of an abandoned high school during the zombie apocalypse,Continue reading “Sympathy for the devil & debate on the nature of humanity in darkly comic, thoughtful Dead End”