A play on stage in Toronto examines the struggle for women’s education in the 19th century
With Blue Stockings, Stage Centre Productions has brought to stage a compelling, albeit straightforward, examination on the struggle for women’s education in the 19th century.
I’ll admit that I was unaware of how recently post secondary degrees became available to women in western history. We’re all pretty well informed of the Suffragette movement but the Bluestocking movement (which has its origins all the way back to the 18th century) was something I was unaware of until I saw Stage Centre’s latest production. Continue reading Review: Blue Stockings (Stage Centre Productions)
The Second City Toronto presents their annual sketch comedy holiday revue
With 2018 drawing to a close, Second City brings its annual Holiday Revue – It’s a Wild, Rowdy, Wonderful Life – to the masses, reminding us all to enjoy the small moments of joy in a period of stress and worry.
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The Brothers Gentle produced by SockMonkey playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival is a poignant and often hilarious exploration of brotherhood, fathers and sexuality that is a welcome addition to this year’s festival.
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Final Exam produced by Holy Cow Entertainment playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival is an intelligent and frightening addition to the 2018 lineup, although its execution and programmatic narrative fall short of what it could be.
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Bakersfield Mist produced by ytheatre Collective playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival is raw, unpolished and not for everyone, but at its heart there’s a fiery passion reminiscent of Jackson Pollock, an artist that features centrally throughout the play.
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