On Golden Pond is a feel-good story about family, on stage at Scarborough Village Theatre
Playing at the Scarborough Village Theatre, On Golden Pond is a family drama that will make you want to pick up the phone and arrange to see that long-lost dear relative with whom you’ve lost touch. I never saw the 1981 movie, and I was happy to discover this heartfelt story without any expectations. Continue reading Review: On Golden Pond (Scarborough Players)
Written by Valentyn Korotkevych, Contagious
is a story about two very different neighbours who make a life-changing connection. This Toronto Fringe Festival 2017
play is being performed at Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace.
Contagious is an ode to having “real” conversations and following your heart. What’s more, the story is lifted by great choreography and meaningful music.
Continue reading Contagious (Tragical Fun) 2017 Toronto Fringe Review
All Things Need Saying is playing at Factory Studio as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival 2017. Written by Gregg Hebert, it’s a story about a mother’s relationship with her adult son and daughter, following the death of their father.
Continue reading All Things Need Saying (Iceberg Theatre) 2017 Toronto Fringe Review
Written by Dawna Wightman, A Mickey Full of Mouse is playing at the Tarragon Extraspace as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival 2017. This raw road trip story takes us to the childhood memories of two women, Anna and Margaret. The main recollection is the 1976 journey to Florida that includes Anna (Louise Lupo), Margaret (Dawna Wightman) and Anna’s mother (also Wightman) and father.
Continue reading A Mickey Full of Mouse (AMFOM Theatre) 2017 Toronto Fringe Review
Alex The Artist is a fantastic, family-friendly Kidsfest play that is part of the Toronto Fringe Festival 2017. Your kid can cheer on Alex as she stands up to the evil King.
Continue reading Alex the Artist (LoveYouMoreProductions) 2017 Toronto Fringe Review