Toronto Community Theatre Blog


Tara Gostling

Quiet Courage – Review

I’ve been a Chris Coculuzzi fan since seeing him play the lead in Christopher Fry’s The Lady’s Not for Burning at the Alumnae Theatre almost four years ago. I know he’s not only a talented actor but a local high school teacher who genuinely cares about his students and has a passion for education and great […] Read More

It’s November 11th. Let’s get serious.

Update – clarification from The Toronto Scottish: The Toronto Scottish Regiment: “Lieutenant-Colonel Gostling did not land at Dieppe because the withdrawal party that he was to command ashore was not ordered ashore as there was no orderly withdrawal. Anyone on a landing craft offshore that morning was in imminent danger because in the skies above […] Read More

Don’t Cry For Che, He’ll Be Famous!

  I’ve just spent the last hour or so Googling past renditions of “Oh What a Circus” from Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice’s Evita to see if it was Chris Ning‘s brilliant performance or just the standard 70’s style of  Lloyd & Rice that made me feel as if the late-great Carl Anderson had […] Read More

Toronto Theatre Revue debuts November 15! Here’s how you can help out!

Peachey Bazo Productions had their first meeting and test shoot this Thanksgiving weekend regarding a really exciting new addition to our little blog: Toronto Theatre Revue, a monthly half-hour Youtube show spotlighting local amateur theatre! Much like Siskel and Ebert, Melissa (@BazoPhotography) and I (@TCTBlogger) will co-host this program and each review our favourite community theatre plays […] Read More

The Veil – Review

My heart was broken by an Irishman at the end of one blissful summer. His name was **** Fitzpatrick. He was so ridiculously Irish that my friends asked me if he was real or a caricature. He had a shiny bald scalp, wore a something he called a “paddy cap”, wore thick-rimmed-coke bottle glasses, lived […] Read More