Frankie and Johnny are representative of everyone who has any memory of that first date that turns into the beginning of a lifetime commitment.
Jean Genet’s complex play is definitely wordy but well written.
Upcoming local theatre company, Briggs & Heaysman Theatre Company are about to stage an original musical, The Angel of Death.
The Great God Om, has manifested as a turtle. Novice Brutha is the only person who can hear her voice. This disturbs the opposing factions.
Iris's goldfish has died, and she thinks he has been reincarnated as a man she finds on the beach. Make every effort to see this engaging work while you can.
Written by one of Canada’s most acclaimed playwrights, Girl in the Goldfish Bowl is hilarious, yet heart breaking, and a little bit odd.
The dialogue is snappy, the characters are superbly played and the whole thing is well polished. Make a point of seeing this one while you can.
Edwin Kemp Atrill has assembled a good cast and created a clear and approachable production.
Newcombe and Fallon engage in an intricate verbal dance, first one leading then the other, the balance in a constant state of flux as their characters grow and change.
This is a very funny production, filled with adult humour, quirky characters and slickly presented, a good effort from everybody. Thirty five years old, it is does not have the shock value that it might have once had, but it still had the audience laughing throughout.