Three more shows reviewed: Happy-ish, Magnificence, and Lear in Limbo.
Reviews of INK, Burning Bridget Cleary, The Immaculate Big Bang, and Piaf and Brel: The Impossible Concert.
Improvised show is warm, witty, and heartwarming.
Play about millennials lacks substance, but has other good points.
Great farce made perfect by actors, timing.
Henry VIII’s last wife is every inch his match in this excellent production.
Reviews of Crime After Crime and Macbeth Muet.
Heart-wrenching show looks at autism from those impacted.
Donald Rees takes on a job as Barbara Steisand’s only employee in an underground mall.
Great acting and excellent direction go well with Tremblay’s finest script.
Strong characters and a focus on first-generation immigrant problems make for a compelling show
Excellent academic presentation of Candide.
Play about heroin addiction and life after extremely well done.
Tour de force of puppeteering, Ronnie Burkett brings many characters to life.
Play needs a few tweaks to bring out the best in an immigrant, intergenerational story.
Check out this fantastic show about adolescence communicated through dance.
Brilliant farce with great acting, sets, and top notch directing now on.
1950s racism is alive and well.
Outstanding cast and visionary director bring this piece to the Segal.
Pitch perfect study of first generation immigrants in Montreal.