Ghost River Theatre’s production of One was incredibly successful. It ran last week and was sold out most of the time. I reserved a seat for a Saturday matinee performance and struggled to find parking at the packed Pumphouse Theatre. One is many things. It is raw and breathtaking, visceral and minimal and a performance […]
Theatre Calgary has long put on A Christmas Carol. It has been featured for ten years during the month of December. This play is supposed to be familiar and warm and launch audiences into the Christmas season. It’s also the show that brings in the most money.
Went to see Ground Zero Theatre and Hit & Mith Productions presentation of Reasons to be Pretty at the Vertigo Theatre. Neil Labute is in the air. Labute is a playwright introduced to me last year. He devises the most wicked characters, awful, despicable people who create emotional genocide. Mostly it’s the male characters in […]