Tag Archives: Theatre Review

In Review: The Improvisation Corporation’s Performance Of David Sedaris’ Holiday Comedy ‘The Santaland Diaries’

The Improvisation Corporation kicked off the Saint John Theatre Company’s Canadian Stages Series tonight, November 30th, with The Santaland Diaries. Neil Bonner stars in this adaptation by Joe Mantello of David Sedaris’s popular essay of the same name, where he recounts his hilarious holiday season working as an elf in Santaland at Macy’s. Continue reading In Review: The Improvisation Corporation’s Performance Of David Sedaris’ Holiday Comedy ‘The Santaland Diaries’

In Review: NY Gilbert & Sullivan Players bring H.M.S. Pinafore to Imperial

After years of trying to land the prestigious New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, the Imperial Theatre finally managed to attract the unforgettable performance of the H.M.S. Pinafore, and was the only Canadian stop on their tour. The comic opera showed Thursday, October 5th, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. to a very well-attended audience. Continue reading In Review: NY Gilbert & Sullivan Players bring H.M.S. Pinafore to Imperial

In Review: KV Player’s Producton Of ‘Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story’

“Before the Beatles, before the Stones, Rock & Roll was born” is the tag line for Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story which chronicles, well, Buddy Holly as he struggles to make a name for himself playing rock’n’roll in a time where country dominated mainstream airwaves, racial segregation was still common place, and shaking your hips on stage wasn’t just a sin, it was illegal. Continue reading In Review: KV Player’s Producton Of ‘Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story’

In Review: Red Necklace Productions’ ‘It’s All The Rage’

Art has always been used as a platform for social commentary. Shakespeare’s Othello taught us about gender inequality and racism. Picasso’s Guernica was a statement against atrocious Nazi bombings. Red Necklace Productions’ It’s All The Rage, directed by Alicia Drisdelle, exposes this generation’s biggest double edged sword—social media. Continue reading In Review: Red Necklace Productions’ ‘It’s All The Rage’