Tag Archives: Stevie Joffe

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. … Continue reading

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ROMEO AND (HER) JULIET

Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet centres around a forced wedding, a secret wedding, and multiple funerals, so it’s natural that the play takes place in a church. In this case, the Bloor Street United Church, which has been enlisted as … Continue reading

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THE FUN AND THE FURY

Photos by Burke Campbell. Camera by Nikon. The Lab Cab Festival was on this weekend, and I went to see The Cocoa Stand. It’s a comedy by playwright Stevie Joffe, who also directed the piece.  Staged in a park, The … Continue reading

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WAY TOO MUCH TALENT

Toronto has way too much talent right now. This is why, about two weeks ago, all I had to do was hop a streetcar and zip over to Little Trinity Anglican church on King East to catch a glorious outdoor … Continue reading

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BAND ON FIRE

“Do you know Stevie Joffe?” “I met him, once,” I say, “at a theatre opening. He sings, doesn’t he?” “Very much so. Have you seen the band? Birds of Bellwoods. You should see them. The band’s on fire.” “Really?” “The … Continue reading

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