Tag Archives: John Gundy

A FASCINATING THRILLER PREMIERES

  (Left to right) Kyle Bailey, Alexander Thomas in Stephen Joffe’s Letters to Annabelle. Photo by John Gundy. Last night, I took in Stephen Joffe’s new play, Letters to Annabelle, at the MAY Cafe, premiering during the Fringe festival. The … Continue reading

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THE HOTTEST SHOW IN TOWN

Media mogul Moses Znaimer and hit playwright Kat Sandler have teamed up to offer Toronto the hottest ticket in town. Sandler’s new play, Late Night, a wild comedy about several career meltdowns during a live TV broadcast, is actually staged … Continue reading

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IN THE BELLY OF THE BEAST

Brandon Crone is the “bad boy” of Canadian theatre. Instinctively, he ferrets out nervy topics avoided by polite society. In Nature of the Beast, his latest play, he shows us what goes on behind closed doors. Nature of the Beast … Continue reading

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MUCH ADO UNDER HEAVEN

Photos by John Gundy Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing is a bright comedy about darker subjects, particularly about human willingness to engage in deceit, and even cruelty, for no good reason. Single Thread Theatre Company has set the play in … 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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CELEBRATION IN THE LOOKING GLASS ROOM

Photo by Burke Campbell. Camera by Nikon. In 2006, Dennis O’Connor, owner and director of the O’Connor Gallery, a commercial art gallery in downtown Toronto, invited me to have an exhibition of my photographs. The black and white images, all taken… Continue reading

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CELEBRATION CONTINUED

Photo by Burke Campbell. Camera by Nikon. “I like to take pictures. I like to look at them. They’re like a mirror, a reflection of myself and others. In them, we can see who we are; who we were; what we did. The pictures also say what we might hav… Continue reading

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