Keir Cutler’s “Civilized”

September 30th marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, and so it was a perfect day to open Civilized at the Red Sandcastle Theatre. Sitting in a packed house with an audience predominantly donning orange shirts, you could tell that the performance was going to be special. Civilized certainly brings forward the Truth aspect…

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Crow’s Theatre’s “Orphans for the Czar”

The latest offering from Crow’s Theatre is a production of George F. Walker’s Orphans for the Czar. This quirky comedy, which takes place on the cusp of the Russian Revolution, is an emotionally charged delight. Directed by Tanja Jacobs, this is definitely one you don’t want to miss! This was my first time seeing a show…

Stratford Festival’s “Antony and Cleopatra”

August 24th promised my first viewing of Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra at the Stratford Festival. For me, this play was very interesting; because I had never studied it, but had read it, I knew what to expect but not in my usual academic way, however it’s always infinitely better to see a play than to simply…