Tag Archives: Tim Fitzgerald Walker

STONER FARCE FOR THE AGES

Hit ‘stoner’ comedy takes off! FARCE ON A GRAND SCALE In January, 2004, the decent folk of Barrie, Ontario, had their innocence shattered. On a far-fetched tip, the police swarmed a huge building, once the site of the Molson’s brewery, … Continue reading

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THE ART OF TITILLATION

 “Tim Fitzgerald Walker is Edmond” It’s great to see The Storefront Theatre team come roaring off the runway with David Mamet‘s play Edmond. Benjamin Blais deftly directs the dark comedy. He’s well assisted by choreographer Ashleigh Powell and Jeff Hanson, … Continue reading

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