Stratford Festival’s “Bunny”

I was fortunate enough to attend the first preview of Bunny back on July 29th. It's absolutely exhilarating to know that you're in the first performance of a show, especially when it's a brand new Canadian play. Bunny is a fascinating story which is masterfully told by the Stratford Cast. The piece is narrated by Sorrel,…

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Stratford Festival’s “John Gabriel Borkman”

I had been greatly anticipating this show since it's announcement. I was excited to see a new Ibsen play which I new nothing about and which starred so many of my favourite actors at the festival.  John Gabriel Borkman surpassed any and all expectations I had for the show, presenting an intriguing story beautifully told…

Flashback Friday – Stratford 2015

As I ready myself for a weekend of theatre at the Stratford Festival, I want to take a quick look back at the remaining shows which I saw from the 2015 season. On August first I was lucky to get to take in two shows: Carousel and Love's Labour's Lost. Both of them were fairly…

Rarely Pure Theatre’s “Choking the Butterfly” 

Rarely Pure Theatre's latest piece, James Johnson's Choking the Butterfly is absolutely not to be missed! Premiering this past weekend at Windsor's Garage Door Theatre, this stunning work was intense and moving beyond expectations. Looking at the lives of formerly conjoined twins, whose knowledge of the world barely extends past one another, Choking the Butterfly takes us…

Where I’ve Been – Part 2

Hello All, I feel so awful that I haven't written in a long while, once again making theatre has affected my writing about theatre. However, I don't want this to be the case any longer. So, instead of doing individual posts for each play, I might do a few collaborative posts based on the theatre…

Where I’ve Been

I know I haven't written any reviews in a while and I feel awful about it, but I thought I'd let you know why. Back in June, two friends and I decided to create a theatre company of our own and put on a play! I was the director for No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre…