Personal ads are a slippery slope. Writers can exaggerate and underplay their physical features and psychological nuances as much as they want, throwing the respondents for a loop when they meet. Prudence and Bruce are in this situation. As Beyond Therapy opens, they are on their first date.
Little did I know, when I entered The Shop at Fort Fringe, that I was about to witness a beautiful expression of some of Shakespeare’s most noteworthy relationships. Through sign language, spoken verse, and physical movement, the cast takes the audience through a number of different relationships, from the comic, to the bittersweet, to the […]
Every so often a piece of theatre comes along that touches the audience, making them laugh and cry, illuminating issues that we all experience privately, but seldom address in mixed company. Logic, Luck and Love does all this, and more, shedding light on both the heterosexual and homosexual male and female experiences in love.
Ever wonder what became of the beloved characters from Charles Schultz’s “Peanuts” comic strip? You know, once they grew up and were faced with all of the trials and tribulations of high school? Well, you are in luck because Burt V. Royal has written an update for the beloved gang, with his beautifully moving and […]
What would happen if men and women were to switch roles in society? Assemblywomen by Aristophanes presented by No.11 Productions, aims at seeing if the grass is greener on the other side as men and women adopt the duties of the opposite sex.
From the overture, we hear moments of melodic music that warm your soul, juxtaposed with moments of dissonance and foreboding. At its close, the Narrator (Chris Dwyer), dressed in tattered clothing, sets the scene, informing the audience, “This production is about love.” Padrevia, presented by Opera Alterna, is about to transport you from a time […]