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Failure: A love Story at pure theatre

A dark comedy, whimsical in nature with a touch of melodrama, Failure: A Love Storyhas a lot going for it: an audacious set, a script full of smart, snappy dialogue, and a strong cast. 73 more words

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Review: Marie Antoinette

David Adjmi’s Marie Antoinette at PURE Theatre

The story of Marie Antoinette is a familiar one. You read it in school or saw a movie about it once. 559 more words

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Life is made up of a few critical moments separated by a lot of thinking about how we should have responded in them. Melita Rowston… 114 more words


And Then There Were None

There’s a bit of a risk involved in seeing a show you’ve been involved with yourself. I did sound for a production of And Then There Were None… 314 more words


Love, Lies and Hitler

How often have you wanted to have one of your heroes sit on your shoulder and tell you how to make decisions about your life? Wouldn’t it be nice, just occasionally, to have George Calombaris in the kitchen while you cook, chatting and offering helpful advice? 53 more words


The Clever Country

It is unusual, I think, to hear about a play inspired by a statistic. It is not encouraging, either. Nonetheless, Bruce Hoogendoorn‘s play, The Clever Country… 40 more words



Having secured what I knew to be the last available ticket for Yohangza Theatre Company’s production of Hamlet, I was surprised to find myself sitting next to the… 392 more words