“Building the Wall”: A Character Study Exploring “Building” the Straw Man Argument

Robert Schenkkan’s Building the Wall, a speculative look at the near future of America under the Trump presidency, is a timely yet oddly underwhelming examination of the political situation our southern neighbours have regrettably brought upon themselves. Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Theatre present the Canadian premiere (playing at the Gladstone until December 3rd) of this … Continue reading “Building the Wall”: A Character Study Exploring “Building” the Straw Man Argument

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“Re: Union” is Completely Compelling

Completely compelling, Re:Union pulls you into a little known story about a well known topic -- the Vietnam War. The play, produced by Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Theatre, is a captivating journey of discovery and truth. In October of 2001, Emily Morrison (Alexa Devine) travels to Washington, DC to confront Robert McNamara (Andrew Wheeler), US … Continue reading “Re: Union” is Completely Compelling