The inescapable ghosts of the past meet tricks of the memory in the haunting, complex The Late Henry Moss

Anthony Ulc in The Late Henry Moss. Set design by Adam Belanger. Costumes by Janelle Joy Hince. Lighting by Steve Vargo. Photo by Curt Sachs.   Unit 102 Actors Co. takes us to an adobe shack in the middle of nowhere New Mexico in their intimate production of Sam Shepard’s The Late Henry Moss, directed byContinue reading “The inescapable ghosts of the past meet tricks of the memory in the haunting, complex The Late Henry Moss”

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”

Shifting power & perception in a struggle to communicate – Oleanna

Got out to see Unit 102 Theatre’s production of David Mamet’s Oleanna last night; the play is running in rotation with Neil Labute’s In a Dark, Dark House at Unit 102’s space at 376 Dufferin St., Toronto (just south of Queen St. W., on the west side of Dufferin). Directed by David LaFontaine, and starringContinue reading “Shifting power & perception in a struggle to communicate – Oleanna”