The Warrior Reviewed by Carrie Klewin From the moment the lights come up in The Warrior, we’re in the middle of a war, we’re just never entirely sure if we’re safe behind enemy lines.
Busted Jesus Comix Reviewed by Carrie Klewin Like a typical teenager should be, Marco is painfully awkward, and so are the comic books he writes. Unfortunately, the production of Busted Jesus Comix suffers from the same behavioral condition.
Gilgamesh, Who Saw the Deep Reviewed by Carrie Klewin Gilgamesh deliciously escorts us on a visit to the oral traditions of storytelling. This young troupe of performers courageously voyages to the depths of an epic.
Manifesto! Reviewed by Carrie Klewin If you are looking for an hour of whimsical delight, this café, created by surrealists and run by clowns, is the place to be.
Born Normal Reviewed by Carrie Klewin If you want to see a shooting star on the rise, try to catch Stephen Spotswood’s Born Normal.
The Dream-Casting Reviewed by Carrie Klewin This stream-of-conscious, cornucopia of quasi-carnival inspired non-sequiturs is not for the intolerant fringer.
Desire/Regret Reviewed by Carrie Klewin If the music of bodies in motion sounds appealing to you, then Desire/Regret may be a piece of curiosity. Inspired by A Streetcar Named Desire, the wordless performance is a dream-like montage of images and sounds.
Power House: The Super-Ozone-Friendly-Happy-Disco-Energy-Techno-Dance-Along Show Reviewed by Carrie Klewin Social experiment as theatre? With Power House, Bouncing Ball Theatrical Productions gives us a scientific experiment centered on dancing as a viable resource for energy. Is this the revolutionary new means of solving our energy crisis?