By Natalie V. Creating a world with morbid humour, captivating plot and conniving characters, 39 Blyth Boulevard, written by Cullen McGrail and directed by Izzy Solis Lozano at the 2017 Youth Infringement Festival, is sure to draw you in. As the cryptic Mrs. M and determined detective N. (Sarah Thuswaldner and Andrew Foster) tell their … Continue reading “39 Blyth Boulevard”: Killing the Game?
By Timofei Smolko During this play i had many analogies to my life. The play walked the audience through a story of all the letters in the alphabet. The first scene was A and they were screaming a lot and moving abruptly that reminded me of how it is to be on a roller-coaster. The … Continue reading Dance Through Your ABCs with “26 lettres à danser”
by Natasha Popovych (14 years old) You look at me like you know me, Yet you don't. You talk, and ask my name, But for what reason, You don't tell me that. You dance, sing and interact Yet I get no answer. You created us a piece, Of alphabet meaning, But no such explanation. Your words are … Continue reading “26 lettres à danser”: Alphabet Confusion
By Natalie Vilkoff (15 years old) Throwing us back to the days when the world was full of wonder and when life was just a game, 26 lettres à danser directed by Hélène Langevin is an interactive play that is great for all ages. As the four dancers (Ariane Boulet, Joannie Douville, Alexandre Parenteau et Georges-Nicolas Tremblay) … Continue reading “26 lettres à danser”: A New Take on Childhood
By: Maria Bilat (11 years old) I saw 26 lettres à danser and I really liked it. This play made me think about a lot of things and a lot of those things associated with different times in my life. It made me remember some very special moments in my life and also remember … Continue reading Reminisce with “26 lettres à danser”
By Anna Nossik (10 years old) This is a beautiful show, which at first looks like it's just a thing to help little kids learn the letters, but there's more to it… This play resembles a lot the exercises that we do in Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre. It also makes your mind wonder and it's … Continue reading “26 lettres à danser” More Than Meets the Eye
-Benjamin Nossik (10 years old) This is a show to teach kids the alphabet or… is it? At first, you might think it’s just a simple show. Well, it’s not. Just as at Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre we do a lot of exercise that might look a bit weird but they are actually very … Continue reading “26 lettres à danser” isn’t just your simple ABC’s
By: Anna Roiter (11 years old) This was a really enjoyable show for all ages. At first, when the actors were enthusiastically interacting with the audience, I felt like it was going to be a child show from 4-8. I still wanted to encourage the actors so I answered their questions and had fun. When … Continue reading “26 lettres à danser” is Enjoyable for All Ages
by Anastasia Yurchenko (11 years old) We saw 26 lettres à danser today. I loved this show because it wasn't dull and grey. Even if the scenes did, the dance style didn't vary, It was obviously in pedestrian contemporary! Costumes, lights, props I loved all their features! They taught children letters, what amazing teachers! They blew … Continue reading “26 lettres à danser”- A Review in Rhyme
We've got Alexandra Milman reporting on her experience with the Children's Theatre Exchange between Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre and Solo School of Fine Arts. Check out her vlog above!