Left: Deborah Drakeford & Scott McCulloch. Right: Tyshia Drake & Dan Willmott. Set & costume design by Kelly Wolf. Scenic art by Ksenia Ivanova. Lighting design by Chin Palipane. Photos by John Gundy. Kyanite Theatre presents George F. Walker’s And So It Goes, directed by Walker, assisted by Martha Moldaver—running in the Pia BoumanContinue reading “A family slogs through the fallout of mental illness & tragedy in the brutally honest, wry-witted And So It Goes”
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A journey into the wasteland of a serial killer’s mind & the possibility of forgiveness in Seven Siblings’ chilling, heartbreaking Frozen
Scott McCulloch, Nancy McAlear & Madryn McCabe. Is it possible to forgive a man who has murdered a child? The stuff of every parent’s nightmare becomes an opportunity for reconciliation and forgiveness as a forensic psychologist offers her thesis on the minds serial killers in Seven Siblings Theatre’s compelling, moving production of Bryony Lavery’sContinue reading “A journey into the wasteland of a serial killer’s mind & the possibility of forgiveness in Seven Siblings’ chilling, heartbreaking Frozen”
The “wangled teb” of perception in the darkly funny, thoughtful, poignant The Play About the Baby
Judith Cockman, Will King, Nora Smith & Scott McCulloch in The Play About the Baby If you have no wounds, how can you know you’re alive? Seven Siblings Theatre opened their production of Edward Albee’s The Play About the Baby, directed by company co-founder Erika Downie, upstairs at The Rhino to a sold out houseContinue reading “The “wangled teb” of perception in the darkly funny, thoughtful, poignant The Play About the Baby”
Profound longing & desperate hope in the beautifully melancholy, immersively designed Three Sisters
Left, clockwise from top: Dana Puddicombe, Arinea Hermans & Christina Fox; Right, from top: Nikolas Nikita & Adrian Shepherd-Gawinski—photo by Joseph Hammond With several highly successful one-off productions under its belt, Wolf Manor Theatre Collective continues its inaugural 2017 season with its second production, Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters, directed by Mallory Fisher—opening last night atContinue reading “Profound longing & desperate hope in the beautifully melancholy, immersively designed Three Sisters”
The Hogtown Experience is the bee’s knees!
Better late to the party than never – I finally got out to see the Hogtown Experience at Campbell House Museum last night. And what a party it was! Written by Drew Carnwath and Sam Rosenthal, and directed by Rosenthal, assisted by Nicola Pantin, the Hogtown Experience is an immersive, site-specific theatrical event that putsContinue reading “The Hogtown Experience is the bee’s knees!”
Alice through the looking glass into Brazil in darkly funny, absurdly mind-bending The Trial of Judith K.
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you. – Director’s Note Thought For Food opened its production of Sally Clark’s The Trial of Judith K. in the Theatre Passe Muraille (TPM) Backspace last week, directed by Tyler Seguin, assisted by Tamara Vuckovic. I caught the show last night, in a performanceContinue reading “Alice through the looking glass into Brazil in darkly funny, absurdly mind-bending The Trial of Judith K.”
Dragged kicking & screaming by desire – JR Theatre’s The Dreamer Examines His Pillow
This was my first time seeing John Patrick Shanley’s The Dreamer Examines His Pillow – this production directed by Eva Barrie for JR Theatre Company – and I wasn’t familiar with the play at all. Written around the same time as Shanley’s Savage in Limbo, Dreamer touches on some similar themes: love, desire, life –Continue reading “Dragged kicking & screaming by desire – JR Theatre’s The Dreamer Examines His Pillow”