By Michelle Barker
I have to start by saying that A Beautiful View at Tarragon, written by Daniel McIvor, was everything that I wanted it to be. This isn’t hyperbolic trope; I was actually enamored by almost every aspect of the piece. Continue reading A Beautiful View – Tarragon Theatre
We got an anonymous comment on the Balls post from someone who we obviously touched a nerve with.
They brought up something that has kind of come up before, so I feel like maybe I should use a full post to address it, not just a reply in the comments.
What sparked this particular post was the anonymous commenter’s statement:
I really only feel the need to hear the WRITER’s opinion, and not those of the people sitting around them during the performance.
I say, if you’re not part of the theatre industry, you can still give valuable reviews on theatrical pieces. But please, keep it honest, relevant, and your own, otherwise these reviews are biased and useless for potential audiences.
Continue reading Why the heck do the reviewers always talk about other audience members?!?!
By Michelle Barker
Fear of Flight is the headlining piece in Factory Theatre’s Performance Spring. It’s a collective piece created and conceptualized by Jillian Keiley and Robert Chafe. I won’t lie, I had absolutely no idea what I was in for with this show. Continue reading Fear of Flight – Factory Theatre
If you haven’t yet seen I, Claudia this may be your lucky day. The run at the Young Centre for Performing Arts has been extended by a week and now closes May 30, 2009.
Mooney on Theatre gave I, Claudia a rave review, and we weren’t the only ones. Check out the list of reviews below:
Continue reading Crow Theatre’s I, Claudia extended to May 30
By Olya Ryabets
Both my friend, who saw the play with me, and I walked away with a consensus that the MacKenzieRo production of bedbound is a very good show.
Continue reading bedbound – MacKenzieRo