Monthly Archives: April 2014

LAUGHTER’S BITE

  I’M ADDICTED to British comedies, particularly, the more vicious sort. Therefore, I’m grateful to newly-arrived British director/producer John Shooter for serving up the celebrated British cult classic, ABIGAIL’S PARTY, by playwright Mike Leigh. It’s on now at Theatre Passe … Continue reading

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What A Party!

What A Party! THE BRITISH ARE MASTERS of vicious comedy, and Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party promises cutting humour at its most outrageous. It stars Anna Hardwick, Dylan Roberts, Cody Ray Thompson, and Astrid Van Wieren. It also features Claire Burns, … Continue reading

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How Many Inches?

“A Game of Inches”. John Gundy directs a play by Linda Griffith. The video does all the talking. Two One Act Plays “Pick Your Food Up Off the Floor and Eat It” written and performed by Jason E Seelmann directed … Continue reading

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Delicious Applause

  The Last Man on Earth It’s rare to watch an adult audience break into spontaneous applause throughout a play, like kids having too much fun to act like grown-ups. But that’s what Keystone Theatre‘s style does to people. You … Continue reading

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WOMEN & FILM

Bee & Julie-Julie: More Than Just A Pretty Face (Above photo: Clara Pasieka by Ryan Fisher, Rainy Fresh Pictures) Clara Pasieka is a rising star, recently appearing as the highly-sexualized pyromaniac in Alex Dault’s historical play, Firebrand. While starring on … Continue reading

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