Monthly Archives: March 2010

Birnam Wood Finds Tongues in Trees

lucy rupert and maev beaty photo by lindsay anne black In Allyson McMackon’s Director’s Notes for Theatre Rusticle’s production of Birnam Wood, which plays at Theatre Passe Muraille from March 18th to the 27th, 2010 she wrote: “I wondered if … Continue reading

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Change is Coming in The Woods: Welcome Home.

ryan hollyman as charles and michelle latimer as marie in the mill (part three): the woods. photo by: chris gallow In her Playwright’s Notes for Theatrefront’s The Mill Part Three: The Woods, playing at the Tank House Theatre at the … Continue reading

Posted in eric goulem, frank cox-o'connell, holly lewis, michelle latimer, michelle monteith, richard greenblatt, ryan hollyman, sarah garton stanley, tara beagan, theatrefront | Leave a comment

Buddies Serves Up Breakfast

karin randoja One of the most incredible features of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is that so often the work that is produced there is so unique and innovative that you cannot find its equal anywhere else in Toronto. Breakfast, … Continue reading

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a communal aria for all who knew grannie

andrea scott, joseph pierre, ordena, marcel stewart, miranda edwards Despite what popular culture may have you believe, I did not find it to be such a huge cultural adjustment when I moved to Toronto from little Halifax, Nova Scotia with … Continue reading

Posted in ahdri zhina mandiela, amina alfred, andrea scott, factory theatre, joseph pierre, marcel stewart, miranda edwards, obsidian theatre, ordena | Leave a comment
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