Omen: The Musical, produced by Eighteen Productions/ The Creation Coffin and playing at the Annex Theatre for the Toronto Fringe Festival, is a post-apocalyptic witch musical with a message: Save the environment.
The second doomsday is looming and Mother (Earth) is dying. The witches cast spells with dance as they desperately try to save Mother. I particularly love the Bacchic revelry of spell-casting, and celebrating witches. The melodic sighs and screams that accompany their songs are the perfect soundtrack for a coven. Continue reading Omen: The Musical (Eighteen Productions) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review
Malvolio is a Shakespearean character, so I prepared myself to review I, Malvolio, produced by impel theatre and playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival, by watching Twelfth Night. I knew close to nothing about this play, initially written and performed by Tim Crouch. Continue reading I, Malvolio (impel theatre) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review
Scarborough Players ends its 60th season with Norm Foster’s play The Ladies Foursome
The Ladies Foursome is the final
production of the Scarborough Players’ 60th anniversary season. This is a community theatre, but as I walked to my seat I was surprised to see that the theatre space and set design have a professional gloss (Set Design/ Master Carpenter Greg Nowlan). Continue reading The Ladies Foursome (Scarborough Players)