Monthly Archives: August 2010

Shaw Festival 2010 Reviews

SHAW FESTIVAL 2010 THE CHERRY ORCHARD Under Jason Byrne’s keenly-attuned direction, the lighting of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard is not merely a supportive atmospheric element, but a something of a metaphysical echo to the characters, a narrator of their inner … Continue reading

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Stratford Shakespeare Festival 2010

STRATFORD SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL 2010 EVITA For some, kitsch is the preferred artistic pinnacle of our time and, never fear, Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Evita presents only token cause to fear humanity’s darker side. This creation is made to distract and safely … Continue reading

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