A powerful, moving adaptation – The Deliverance of Juliet & Her Romeo

I was very lucky to be able to get in to see the closing night performance of Leroy Street Theatre’s/Avant Bard Productions’ adaptation of Romeo and Juliet – The Deliverance of Juliet and Her Romeo – at Unit 102 Theatre last night. Adapted by Harrison Thomas, Ashleigh Kasaboski and Anne van Leeuwen, and directed byContinue reading “A powerful, moving adaptation – The Deliverance of Juliet & Her Romeo”

Life, love & loss in a funny & touching family reunion – Marion Bridge @ Village Playhouse

Dropped by the Village Playhouse on Sunday afternoon to see the Village Players’ production of Daniel MacIvor’s Marion Bridge, directed by Greg Nowlan. Three sisters reunite at their Cape Breton family home to be with their dying divorced mother: Agnes, a struggling actress who’s been living in Toronto; Theresa, a nun whose order runs aContinue reading “Life, love & loss in a funny & touching family reunion – Marion Bridge @ Village Playhouse”