Posts Filed Under: “Nightwood Theatre”
The Public Servant offers more laughs than enlightenment as it exposes the lives of Canada’s bureaucrats.
Two plays, the comic Domesticated and the tragic Nirbhaya, force us to consider how men treat women.
Today: Cinema Politica profiles the Doctors of the Dark Side, Megan Follows stars in The Penelopiad, and Nick Flanagan performs at The Joke Club.
Today: Meet the young stars of the Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Studio, Between the Sheets debuts at the Tarragon Theatre, and authors Brian Culvert and Chris Cannon launch their Canada Party Manifesto.
The new play is loaded with well-crafted characters who could be anyone’s mother, grandmother, or friend—which is why it’s so hard exploring the most damaged parts of their psyches.
On this Monday: talking about Banksy, making jokes for Gilda's Club, previewing Nightwood Theatre‘s production of The Happy Woman, and improvising musical jokes.
In today's UP, the women of The Penelopiad take over the afternoon; saucy and sexy writings at an erotica meet-up; These Electric Lives headline Heartstrings' music education fundraiser; and Design Week continues.
The play, written by Margaret Atwood and now on stage at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, is hilarious and heart-wrenching.
In today's Urban Planner: Globe columnist John Ibbitson talks politics, emPoweR throws a "bad" party for a good cause, Nightwood Theatre's Kelly Thornton explains the directing process On Stage, Laughable at Unlovable features a couple of funny guys, and Ride the Tiger plays the Drake.