By Megan Mooney
You have three more chances to check out Contrary Company’s You Fancy Yourself at Theatre Passe Muraille. You might want to consider changing whatever plans you already have so that you can fit this one in. If for no other reason, than to revel in Maja Ardal’s virtuoso performance.
Continue reading You Fancy Yourself – Contrary Company (in association with Theatre Passe Muraille)
So, school’s out for a couple weeks. Kids are now roaming around the house. You want to do something fun with them, but don’t know what you should do. Well, I have a suggestion! Second City has two shows running, one before Christmas, and one after. Both shows play at noon, so it’s a nice way to break up the day. For more information, see the press release below:
Continue reading Wanna take the kids to a show? Second City has holiday offerings…
by Megan Mooney
There was all kinds of food, and after the food, there was cake…
Oh. Wait. I figured since a line in the a song in the show captured my feelings enough that I could use it as the title, then maybe I could use the next line as my review. But no, that second bit doesn’t really belong here. There was no food, and no cake. But the Mirvish production of My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding certainly was great.
Not a surprise given the great review Mooney on Theatre gave the Fringe version put on by David Hein and company.
Continue reading My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding Was Great… (Review of Mirvish production)
by Megan Mooney
If I had to choose one word to describe the Momentum production of The Salon Automaton showing at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre until December 12 it would be “creepy”. For some people creepy is good, for some creepy is bad, and for others creepy is, well, it just is. I’m more in the ‘just is’ category, so for me this is just an observation, but one to keep in mind.
Continue reading The Salon Automaton at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
So, you’ve heard on this blog about how a show we loved (check out the review from when it was at Fringe) was picked up by Mirvish. The theatre version of a fairy tale I suppose…
Well, if you want some more back story on it check out the feature piece on the Mirvish production of My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding on W5. Then, when you’ve watched that, check out the second part, where they talk about opening night.