Reprised for December 5–December 28, 2014, here’s the Burns and Murray review of the same production in 2013.
Kristina Wong’s wonderful foray into experimental theatre that turns out to be just as entertaining on DVD.
Burns and Murray review this fresh take on the classic story. The subplot adds another set of characters: one from the film story and another set of radio actors who re-enact the Christmas eve tale of good vs. evil.
The relationship between Tom and Shane – two candidates for the “world’s cutest couple” – and the tragedy that intervened make this documentary a compelling plea for marriage equality.
Some critics have objected to the “straight hero” in this story about AIDS, but his story needs to be told. And remembered. This very flawed guy made a very big difference when it was most needed.
“This is a play that will certainly empower and enrich the women and girls – and men and boys – lucky enough to see it,” – Gail Burns
Sail the ocean blue and mend broken hearts with W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan’s first big hit. which is still as popular as when it was written in 1896.
Burns and Murray review “Grandma Moses: An American Primative” at Oldcastle Theatre Co until Nov. 17.