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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

There’s A “Jumbo” Show At The Blyth Festival This Summer

That’s a really big show up at Blyth this summer. That would be Jumbo by Sean Dixon. Your part in the play? Get on up to...

The Merry Wives of Windsor: Nonstop Farce at the Stratford Festival

There is merry mayhem and much merriment in the Stratford Festival’s summer of 2019. With director Antoni Cimolino cheerfully playing every laugh card in the...

Little Shop Of Horrors Is Big Green With Bite At The...

Time to shop for some big green with bite at the Stratford Festival this summer. Little Shop Of Horrors is a tuneful tribute at the...

Private Lives Hits Hilarious And Hurtful Heights At The Stratford Festival

Love can make you crazy funny. Angry funny. Sexy funny. Foolish funny. Tossing off Noel Coward’s loving quips and barbs by the minute, the 2019...

Billy Elliot The Musical, A Pitch-Perfect Marvel At The Stratford Festival

Do not miss the Stratford Festival’s Billy Elliot the Musical. Do not miss it. This sure-footed and pitch-perfect marvel will not disappoint you. Helmed by superstar-director-choreographer...

Shakespeare’s “Othello” Kicks Off The Stratford Festival’s 67th Season

The 2019 Stratford Festival began as it should — with brilliant, innovative and daring Shakespeare. Assured and athletic as the triumphant general, Michael Blake has...

See Me! Hear Me! Pacheco Theatre Rocks The Palace With The...

The Who’s Tommy is arguably the greatest rock opera album of all time - stress on album. It is important to remember that is...

A Christmas Carol Cures All Cases Of The Humbugs

Marley was dead... ... but the Christmas spirit was alive last Friday for the opening of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at London’s Grand Theatre....

Findley’s ‘The Wars’ A Haunting Experience At The Grand

November brings calls for remembrance throughout Canada and much of the world.  Timothy Findley’s The Wars is an important piece of that. Grand Theatre’s Artistic Director...

Out Of The Teapot, Onto The Stage With The Tempest

James Stewart Reaney James’s Brander Newer Blogger The mother of all Tempests reigns in glory at the 2018 Stratford Festival. With Martha Henry magnificent as Prospero, Shakespeare’s...