Review: Kim’s Convenience (Soulpepper)

Kim’s Convenience is at times funny, emotional, and heartfelt, on stage in Toronto Kim’s Convenience returns to the stage in Soulpepper‘s funny, heartfelt, and timely production. The members of the Kim family rise to meet their challenges — whether in the form of interpersonal tension or the gentrification of their neighbourhood — with an admirable … Continue reading Review: Kim’s Convenience (Soulpepper)

Review: Kim’s Convenience (Soulpepper)

The 2011 Fringe hit Kim’s Convenience takes to the stage at Toronto’s Young Centre for the Performing Arts Every once in a while something comes along, seemingly out of the blue, that strikes a chord across generations, ethnic backgrounds and geographic locations. Kim’s Convenience, currently onstage at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto’s Distillery … Continue reading Review: Kim’s Convenience (Soulpepper)

Review: Kim’s Convenience (Soulpepper Theatre)

Ins Choi’s Kim’s Convenience steals the stage at Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre What I really want my whole review for Kim’s Convenience, now playing at Soulpepper, to say is “The show is fantastic, you should really go see it.” Unfortunately, I suspect that kind of thing won’t cut it. So, I’ll work on telling you about … Continue reading Review: Kim’s Convenience (Soulpepper Theatre)