University Players’ “Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play”

I had always thought it would be Shakespeare's works that survived the dreaded apocalypse. But in Anne Washburn's Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play, it's the hit TV show The Simpson's that the survivors cling to for entertainment and solace; a reminder of a time before things went awry. Launching the University Players' 60th season,…

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Factory Theatre’s Production of “BANG BANG”

Factory Theatre's latest offering, the world premiere of a new Canadian play BANG BANG written and directed by Kat Sandler, expertly engages with some of the most difficult issues of today. As funny as it is thought provoking, BANG BANG is a captivating, poignant story which is able to resonate with audience members of all kinds. BANG BANG…

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…