I don’t think that maudlin presentations of gay victims are helping anybody out.
A schoolyard playground becomes the inspired setting for this jungle story
Joan MacLeod's play is lopsided. It barely holds itself up. And yet there’s a kind of beauty in it.
Marc Camoletti’s script is a standard-issue sex farce.
Ayad Akhtar’s taut play is set in Pakistan, where an American bank officer is being held hostage.
In this comedy, a Canadian soldier has a hard time finding a job until he figures out how to exploit his lethal talents.
Actors Colleen Wheeler and Scott Bellis hand in nuanced performances and the set is gorgeously cinematic.
Show about friendship involves the audience
Director-writer Amiel Gladstone and musical director-writer Veda Hille package this 19th-century Russian tale in postmodern vivacity.
There’s an undeniable spirit of generosity about this new offering from Camyar Chai.