Toronto Fringe: Art, longing & acceptance in the poetic, heart-wrenching, gender-bending The Bird Killer

Clockwise, from bottom left: Emerjade Simms, Tymika Tafari, Subhash Santosh, Mo Zeighami, Evan Mackenzie & Mike Ricci. Photo by Patrick J. Horan.   LET ME IN presents Justine Christensen’s poetic, heart-wrenching modern-day, gender-bending adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull with its Toronto Fringe production of The Bird Killer, directed by Patrick J. Horan and runningContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: Art, longing & acceptance in the poetic, heart-wrenching, gender-bending The Bird Killer”

Even more to see – Upstart Theatre’s The Seagull in Four Movements

Realized when I posted up and coming works yesterday that I forgot to mention another local theatre company’s (formed by a group of University of Windsor drama grads) upcoming production – and that’s Upstart Theatre’s new take on Chekhov’s The Seagull – The Seagull in Four Movements, opening tonight and running March 14-16 and MarchContinue reading “Even more to see – Upstart Theatre’s The Seagull in Four Movements”