Monthly Archives: January 2016

THEATRE’S HIGH PRIESTESS

Jeannette Lambermont-Morey is an established Canadian director, teacher, and veteran of the Stratford Festival. She has worked as a director at major theatres across North America, but throughout her career, she has privately maintained a passion for one particular project. … Continue reading

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IF YOU BUILD IT

  Last week, The Attic Arts Hub held its grand opening, with a wonderfully festive party. Food, drink, song, and dance. The Attic’s right on Queen Street East, in fashionable Leslieville, and very convenient. It’s a large studio with a … Continue reading

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A RESONANT HEART

  Heart of Steel: A Steel Plant Musical Comedy by Wesley J. Colford is a classic musical with a classic conflict. Daughter living in Cape Breton wants to leave the nest and find adventure in the big city. Widowed mother wants her … Continue reading

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JESSE LAVERCOMBE

“… The triumph of communication is the death of communication: where communication forms a total environment, there is nothing to be communicated.” —Northrop Frye, The Modern Century, City of the End of Things, 1967 I have a pretty good eye … Continue reading

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