Theatre Reviews

It's by the same guy behind last year's Fringe hit 6 Guitars.
Everybody’s story is worth telling, but not everybody can tell their own story.
There’s a whole lot going on in this show and big chunks of it work.
Playwright and solo performer Kyle Rakoz wades into the life of “Mad” King Ludwig II of Bavaria and doesn’t even get ankle deep.
Brit Steve Larkin compassionately conjures the brutalities of class, and he’s a passionate performer.
Under Jay Brazeau’s direction, actor Lisa Bunting aces the monologue’s rhythms and moves nimbly from chipper idiocy to savvy rage.
Because Peter and Chris are unafraid, it feels like they’re flying.
Once the premise is established, the show faffs around in less than engaging territory.