Review by Sayak, aka Young Scrooge You’ve read A Christmas Carol before. And you love it. Well, you’d better jump on the train and get your tickets NOW to Soulpepper’s stage version because it’s a beautiful take on the classic story! And if you don’t know A Christmas Carol, even better. Because […]
Review by Sayak, (2+2+2) x 2 years old (almost) On November 18, my family and I went to see Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang at YPT. There’s only one phrase to describe this show . . . a whole lot of FUN! The Breakdown The 5 best things about this production of Jacob Two-Two: […]
An accidentally-viewed post yielded a gift times 3 at the Lowville Festival of the Arts, thanks to cellist Rachel Mercer.
The Heart of Robin Hood is so infectiously entertaining, we can’t stop seeing it!
Though the thought of summer may seem a cruel tease just now, if you’re a parent, chances are you’re already well into your summer planning. How to engage and enrich children during the summer months is the preoccupying concern for many parents. If you have an artistic teenager with a flair for the dramatic, then […]
So you’re off to see the Wizard. The Wizard of Oz continues its run at the Ed Mirvish Theatre, starring an all-Canadian cast, directed by Jeremy Sams. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new stage production has been adapted from the beloved MGM movie musical, with additional music by Lloyd Webber and former writing partner Tim Rice. Just […]
I caught Stomp with my children last week during its limited run at the Royal Alexandra Theatre. And it was fabulous, much more than the sum of all its percussive parts: a coherent, harmonious and engrossing blend of music, movement, percussion and comedy. Sure, we heard the cacophony of rhythmic sounds from sources you’ve come […]