Aunt Agnes for Christmas is as airy and insubstantial as spun cotton candy and every bit as sweet, which makes it ideal for a family outing to the theatre, especially if there’s a tween girl in your clan.
Beside Myself at The Foster Festival These days it seems the most “transgressive” thing a musical could possibly do is tell a tale of heterosexual love. And yet, in Beside Myself, Norm Foster and his musical collaborator, Steve Thomas, have boldly gone where few have dared to tread recently. Foster provided the book, Thomas the […]
The Writer At The Foster Festival Norm Foster, Canada’s most prolific and most produced playwright, is known primarily for light comedies that often have a tinge of sadness running just beneath the surface, as was the case with Jonas and Barry In The Home, which I saw last year. The Writer, his latest play now […]