Feisty heroine makes for great subject matter of play about a Japanese Canadian woman
John D. Huston gives a masterful performance with Kier’s didactic script on a history lesson we should all know
Three men reminisce about life growing up in Little Italy
Play about Czechoslovakian town pivots around the theme of betrayal
Loony Bin has a short run in a small venue, but the richness of the characters guarantees that those who snag tickets are lucky
Cirque styled production full of emotion.
The Pianist of Willesden is a must see show about survival and triumph during World War II.
Five good comedians talk about who they are with characteristic humour.
Comedian talks about getting started in the biz.
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.