Patricia Cano plays the hilarious and heartwarming Marie-Louise Painchaud, the Métis post mistress who minds the village’s sole post office . . . along with everyone else’s business in Tomson Highway’s The (Post) Mistress.
Watching The Sounds of Cracking Bones feels like holding your breath for 70 minutes. It’s gripping, relentless and chilling. One after another, revelations of atrocity accumulate. The play is viscerally disturbing—for exactly the right reasons. How could a play about the horrors experienced by captive child soldiers be anything else? The Sounds of Cracking Bones is […]