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TRAMPOLINE tickets on sale now!

Tickets for the Montreal debut season of TRAMPOLINE are on sale now through the Mainline Theatre Website.


The Vagina Monologues

March was Women’s History Month and to coincide with the themes the celebratory 31 days upholds, some of Bellarmine University’s brightest women worked together to put on Eve Ensler’s famous play  … 456 more words


All the World's a Stage and All the Men and Women Merely Players

I wanted to begin this blog post with a quote but I am struggling. William Shakespeare was a literary genius and I am finding it impossible to pick a favourite quote to open with so I’ve dotted pictorial versions throughout this post for your viewing delight. 1,004 more words


Shakespeare Taught Me I Wasn't Stupid

Gabriel Garcia Marquez died last week. Last night, on a visit home, I thumbed through my old bookshelf and came across the dog eared copy of One Hundred Years Of Solitude I'd read more than ten years ago. 839 more words


The Queen is Dead, Long Live... Prince Charles III?

It’s perhaps a controversial headline but that is the central conceit of “King Charles III”, currently showing at the Almeida Theatre and surely destined for a longer run elsewhere. 477 more words


Theater is not for Little Kids

This past Easter Sunday, I attended the matinee of Disney’s The Lion King at The Fabulous Fox Theatre. While the show and cast were absolutely amazing, the audience left something to be desired. 338 more words


Reza Abdoh's "Bogeyman," 1991- Part I

In the early 1990s, I had the  honor of working with a group of theatre artists fueled by passion and courage and fortitude. Led by Iranian-born director Reza Abdoh, the Dar A Luz company of actors wrested theatre into creation out of the rage and beauty that was Reza’s distinctive voice.   887 more words