Chronicling a Love Affair with Canadian Theatre

A Few Good Men at St Jacobs Playhouse

A sturdy production of a well-plotted and gripping courtroom drama, put across by terrific actors who, more often than not, manage to rise above the script’s obvious debts to television clichés and sit-com joke craft.

Glory at Drayton Entertainment — A Review

Glory at Drayton Entertainment As an American visitor to Canada and an inveterate theatergoer, I take great pleasure in seeing plays and visiting theaters that few visitors manage to discover. In the process, I often see plays that don’t seem to have any real equivalents south of the border. (No, not that border!) A case […]

The Drowsy Chaperone at St Jacobs: A Review

The Drowsy Chaperone at St Jacobs St Jacobs, Ontario, is known for its Farmers Market and its antiques, but it also boasts a small gem of a theater. The current show at the St Jacobs Country Playhouse (through April 15, 2018) is The Drowsy Chaperone and it’s a winner. With a book by Bob Martin […]