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

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

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

Fiddler on the Roof

South Simcoe Theatre in the heart of Cookstown was our date spot last night. Co-creator and technical director David Peachey and myself, enjoyed an array of sights, sounds, and emotions ranging from fun to sombre in last evenings performance “Fiddler on the Roof”. Boy, do I have a lot to say for this one! I […] 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