Chase and Stacey Present a Joyous Ride

Chase and Stacey Present a Joyous Ride Meaghan Flaherty Chase & Stacey Present: Joyride, a sketch comedy/ musical show performed by Stacey Hallal and Chase Padgett is certainly exactly what it promises – a joyous ride. Laugh out loud funny and very interesting to watch, this show is certainly one that’s worth hopping on board. … Continue reading Chase and Stacey Present a Joyous Ride

Review: Two Ruby Knockers, One Jaded Dick: A Dirk Darrow Investigation

Review: Two Ruby Knockers, One Jaded Dick: a Dirk Darrow Investigation Meaghan Flaherty Featuring Dirk Darrow, a jaded private investigator played by Tim Motley, 2 Ruby Knockers, 1 Jaded Dick: A Dirk Darrow Investigation, is the pun-iest theatrical magic show you will ever see. This was an hour of non-stop laughing, though sometimes they were … Continue reading Review: Two Ruby Knockers, One Jaded Dick: A Dirk Darrow Investigation

Review: Grimmest Tales, Past and Present

Grimmest Tales, Past and Present Meaghan Flaherty                 Claiming to be a retelling of Hansel and Gretel, Grimmest Tales, Past and Present doesn’t accomplish what it sets out to. Presented by the Manotick Arts Camp, the story we all know is rather glossed over in favour of focusing on the relationship between the two children … Continue reading Review: Grimmest Tales, Past and Present

Burnt At the Steak: Grade ‘A’ Theatre

Burnt At the Steak: Grade 'A' Theatre Meaghan Flaherty                 Beginning with high energy country music and ending with possibly the best curtain call I’ve ever seen from a one-man show, Burnt at the Steak, written and performed by Carolann Valentino, tells the story of her experience managing a multimillion dollar steak house in NYC … Continue reading Burnt At the Steak: Grade ‘A’ Theatre

The Word on God Verbatim

God Verbatim Meaghan Flaherty Have you ever been torn between your morals and faith? Or perhaps you believe fervently in aspects of your religion but seriously doubt others? It is improbable to expect people to believe whole-heartedly in everything without evidence, especially as children begin to discover science and other theories that contradict faith. God … Continue reading The Word on God Verbatim

Review: The Anomaly Presented by the Youth Infringement Festival

Review: The Anomaly Presented by the Youth Infringement Festival Meaghan Flaherty             With only two Fringe showings given to the fan favorite from this year’s Youth Infringement Festival, The Anomaly written by Ryan Nadon and directed by Colin Giles , it is important that our community gives as much support to youth theatre as it can next … Continue reading Review: The Anomaly Presented by the Youth Infringement Festival

Review: The Surprise by Martin Dockery

The Surprise Meaghan Flaherty Fringe favorite Martin Dockery is back, and if you’re a fan of his work, The Surprise certainly doesn’t disappoint. I feel the need to start this review off by mentioning how much I loved The Bike Trip, though if you’ve found in the past that this style is not for you, you will not like … Continue reading Review: The Surprise by Martin Dockery