Are there things that you expect when you think of the story behind Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women? You probably expect a fiery and imaginative Jo, who constantly is in conflict with the youngest sister Amy. Maybe a loving Marmee and the peacemaker Beth would be almost serene. Theatre Calgary’s production of Little Women is […]
Alberta Theatre Projects’ The Jungle Book is beautiful but needs major editing.
Alberta Theatre Projects’ holiday show is an adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s story by Rohit Chokhani, who also directed it. It is an interpretation that sets the narrative in the heart of India and immerses the audience in the richness of Indian culture, landscape and colour. The production transforms the Martha Cohen Stage into an Indian […]
Vertigo Theatre’s Murder on the Orient Express is a complex but entertaining production
The Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie, is back on the Vertigo stage, with a classic Murder on the Orient Express. This play centers on detective Hercule Poirot, made famous by Christie in 33 novels, 50 short stories and 2 plays, published between 1920 and 1975. This play is adapted by Ken Ludwig and directed by Jovanni […]