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REVIEW: Prodigal at Howland Company/Crow’s Theatre

Prodigal will definitely make you laugh, possibly make you cry, and, hopefully, make you think a little bit as well.

By Elizabeth Amos / Mar 6, 2023
A woman stands in a sheer, white dress with a hood in a blue light on stage, surrounded by three dark figures in black hooded cloaks. iPhoto caption: Photo by Tim Leyes

REVIEW: Yerma at Coal Mine Theatre

Coal Mine Theatre has made a memorable return to the stage, confidently christening their new home with the Canadian premiere of Simon Stone’s Yerma.

By Elizabeth Amos / Feb 24, 2023

REVIEW: The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff at Harbourfront Centre

The themes in Johnny Longstaff are not just inspiring, they’re urgent.

By Elizabeth Amos / Nov 28, 2022