Monthly Archives: August 2015

THE INTELLIGENT HOMOSEXUAL’S GUIDE TO CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM WITH A KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES AT THE SHAW FESTIVAL -PROFOUND, MOVING, POTENT AND UNCOMPROMISING- A PRODUCTION THAT ALL SHOULD SEE

The Shaw Festival’s production of Tony Kushner’s “The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures” resonates with deep and elusive truth on a number of levels. We in the audience cannot avoid what we … Continue reading

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SHAW FESTIVAL: J. M. BARRIE’S THE TWELVE POUND LOOK & MOSS HART’S LIGHT UP THE SKY

THE TWELVE POUND LOOK The typist, Kate, played by Moya O’Connell, is unknowingly hired by Lady Sims, played by Kate Besworth, to do some work for Sir Harry Sims, played by Patrick Galligan, and Kate turns out to be his … Continue reading

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BUFFALO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, THE GREAT DEBATE, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, TOP GIRLS, AND A VEGAN WEEKEND AT THE SHAW FESTIVAL –PART III

Above: Guitarist Marko Topchii, conductor JoAnn Falletta and the BPO  Below: Violinist Atis Bankas BUFFALO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA The Sunday July 20 performance by the Buffalo Philharmonic turns out to be the first ever symphonic concert on the Shaw Festival Stage. … Continue reading

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PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, TOP GIRLS, THE BUFFALO PHILHARMONIC AND A VEGAN WEEKEND AT THE SHAW FESTIVAL –PART II

Photos by David Cooper It’s like a playful dare when Jenny L. Wright as Teacher turns to her audience and says “You may think we have gone too far.” But that is the point of Jackie Maxwell’s production of Peter … Continue reading

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