Trout Stanley hits all the right notes with its impeccable direction and dynamic acting
Do you ever watch a show and think to yourself: ‘this feels like exactly what I have been missing.’ Claudia Dey’s Trout Stanley, playing at the Factory Theatre Mainspace as part of their 50th season, is that play for me.
I sat in my seat and thought: weird, funny, rhythmic – this is exactly the type of play I feel like I never get to see.
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Broken Branches creates space for a discussion about sibling abuse.
I think, sometimes, it is difficult to put the truth on-stage because the nature of entertainment confines it to like and dislike.
CreateTruth Productions’ Broken Branches, in association with Workman Arts, playing at the Aki Studio bring the topic of sibling abuse to the forefront. But the heart of the story is buried under its need to speak honestly, and to not sugar-coat it’s complexities.
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Dance show based on Central Asian folktale charms audiences
If you’re struggling to find some free fun for the whole family, then I’ve got the show for you! Mother Doe by Ismailova Theatre of Dance at Lee Lifeson Art Park is a beautiful dance fairy tale sure to get kids and adults alike dancing.
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