Monthly Archives: September 2015

MAD CRAZY FUNNY

I was astonished to find Tarragon Theatre’s Extraspace rather crowded last night. Without much coverage or even a mention on Tarragon’s own website, the show Berni & Amy Rises Up: The Importance of Being Foolish opened to a full and … Continue reading

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DAZZLING OPENING FOR DARK COMEDY

Jeremy Taylor‘s disturbing comedy BIG PLANS has opened at The Storefront Theatre. The original work, inspired by the sensational and real-life case of a German man, whom the media dubbed Der Metzgermeister (The Master Butcher). The bizarre tale, presented matter-of-fact, takes … Continue reading

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A TURNING POINT

Recently, at the Storefront Theatre, I attended the screening of Kat Sandler’s hit play, Cockfight, in the same place where the rough, raw, and rowdy stage drama premiered over a year ago. Bell Canada’s Fibe TV1 filmed the piece, and this … Continue reading

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