Heartwarming tale of dad’s coming-out from kid’s perspective takes the stage for WorldPride in Toronto
In the midst of all the WorldPride hullabaloo, Confessions of a Fairy Daughter flies in with warmth and candor.
As I approached the George Ignatieff Theatre, even from thirty feet away, the pink streamers, balloons and WorldPride buzz spilling out of the theatre was hard to miss. I received my ticket- a tinkerbell sticker I am still proudly wearing on my hand – and enjoyed the decorated entrance. Continue reading Review: Confessions of a Fairy’s Daughter (Giant Productions)
Cockfight explores the relationship between three foster brothers on stage at the Storefront Theatre in Toronto
When I walk into The Storefront Theatre, just before Cockfight starts, I am hit with the vibrating hum that has become Red One Theatre’s coveted home.
As the audience filters into the theatre space, beers in hand, I see that this show won’t just be theatre-in-the-round; it will be theatre-in-the-ring! A cockfighting ring, that is: with a white circle painted on the ground, posts surrounding it, and beer cans scattered everywhere.
Continue reading Review: Cockfight (Theatre Brouhaha and Red One Theatre Collective)