Thursday Theatre Thoughts – Transformative Spaces

As we leap into this chilly month of October, I realize that I have been actively reviewing theatre in Toronto for six months. While I was already familiar with several of the theatres in the city, I’ve been invited to several new spaces. It’s such a delight to experience theatre in new places and see…

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…

Sky Gilbert’s “Who’s Afraid of Titus?”

In the latest workshop of his adaptation of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus, Sky Gilbert gives us a sexy tale of revenge entitled Who’s Afraid of Titus? Performed at the Red Sandcastle Theatre, Who’s Afraid of Titus is certainly for adult audiences only, but you’ll have a killer time!             I have to applaud Gilbert not just…