Toronto Community Theatre Blog

Join The Addams’ for One ‘Normal’ Night

Dare I say – THIS WAS THE BEST COMMUNITY THEATRE PERFORMANCE I HAVE EVER SEEN. There. My review is done. Don’t even waste your time reading this, go get your ticket!!! Really though – this weekend was a combined birthday for my sister and I. So what else would we possibly be doing other than […] Read More

Today is my birthday – Go See Omission

Today I am 37. Three things: 1. I am now the same age Carrie Bradshaw was when she cried to Big about “being old”. 2. I am as old as Michelle Pfieffer would be in “To Gillian on her 37th Birthday”. 2. Today is also Justin Timberlake’s 37th bday. As long as he is relevant […] Read More

To miss this play, you don’t want; No one’s funnier than Dorante…

…Except perhaps Neil Cameron as Alcippe and Matthew Taylor‘s Cliton. Along with Tyler Brown as the lead quasi-villain of this play, this trio had me literally laughing out loud, sober. I never do this. I can sit through an entire Dave Chappelle set intoxicated and absolutely think it’s hilarious but I don’t find myself physically reacting […] Read More

Drinking Alone with Renee would be absolutely delightful!

The community theatre season kicked 2018 off brilliantly after the longggg winter hiatus with a spectacular *bang* that, at first, I was dreading due to the dismal Norm Foster overload as of late (even the version of Office Hours I saw last year managed to bum me out), but actually had me leaving the theatre […] Read More

A Christmas Carol in Keswick

Last Sunday David and I made it out to Keswick On, about an hour North of Toronto. I hadn’t really been feeling in the Christmas spirit yet this season (Humbug!), but when we saw A Christmas Carol, directed by first time director Alexandra Coyne, and performed by the Queensville Players, it definitely lifted my spirits […] Read More