Factory Theatre’s “Among Men”

Factory Theatre’s latest triumph, and first in-person performance of the season, is the World Premiere of Among Men. Written by David Yee and directed by Factory’s Artistic Director Nina Lee Aquino, Among Men delights audiences with the story of the fascinating friendship of A.W. Purdy and Milton Acorn, two beloved Canadian poets, as they work…

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…

Skipping Stones Theatre’s “Life of Len” at the Windsor-Walkerville Fringe Festival

The Windsor-Walkerville Fringe provided another afternoon of exceptional theatre with Life of Len produced by Skipping Stones Theatre. This one man show starring Eric Branget follows Len through several of the highlights in his life. Most of these memories focus on his relationship with his brother, Jimmy, and how things change with each life event.…

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…