REVIEW: Annie old, not tired

REVIEW: Annie old, not tired

You might be thinking that the Broadway Across Canada production of Annie currently at the Jubilee Auditorium might be a little old and tired.…

REVIEW: West Side Story a vibrant revival

REVIEW: West Side Story a vibrant revival

Back in 2005 when…

REVIEW: Hair a joyful 1960s revival

REVIEW: Hair a joyful 1960s revival

The 1960s were the…

REVIEW: Shumka tells uplifting tale

REVIEW: Shumka tells uplifting tale

In their first years…

Hateful men drive Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross

Hateful men drive Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross

Playwright David Mamet hit…

Loudon clear on daddy issues
Heathers take black comedy to new heights
Fractured fairy tale comes to life in concert
REVIEW: Plain Jane shines up Noel Coward
REVIEW: Alice a psychedelic, hilarious trip
REVIEW: The wonderful Wizard of Oz

REVIEW: The wonderful Wizard of Oz

There is no way of escaping the infernal ear worm music of The Wizard of Oz. The 1939 MGM Technicolor extravaganza featured words and music from Harold Arlen and “Yip” Harburg and the songs have woven themselves into the fabric…

NEWS FLASH: Nerd culture now pop culture

NEWS FLASH: Nerd culture now pop culture

It’s not surprising that a local nerd has taken it upon himself to catalogue the myriad of nerdy things in town – comic stores, gaming clubs, fantasy fiction, anime, cosplay, you name it. Some nerd was bound to do it.…

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