Theatre Articles

Come From Away shines light on Canadian kindness through musical numbers

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Something big happened in Gander, Newfoundland the morning of September 11, 2001. When thirty eight international planes were forced to land, the town of Gander hosted the stranded passengers. All seven thousand of them. Broadway Across Canada’s Come From Away, with the book, music and lyrics by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, captures the story […]

Broadway Across Canada’s Hamilton is an epic production

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There are a handful of things that sets Broadway Across Canada’s Hamilton apart from other musicals. The entire production, from start to finish is told through song. Every musical number develops the story and there is no dialogue between songs. The choreography is also a huge part of the production, with every artist on stage […]

Vertigo Theatre’s Clue is the comedic finale of their season

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Vertigo Theatre is closing their season on a high note. Clue is based on the 1949 film which is based on the boardgame. It’s a riot as a theatre production, written by Sandy Rustin. This is a powerhouse cast, mostly all of whom have mastered their comedic abilities, making for a really clever production. Throw […]