“Seeker” is a Risk Well-Worth Taking

“You will be pleasantly surprised tonight”, read the paper given to me by the man sitting at the back of the stage. And do you know what? I was. What Happened to the Seeker, produced by STO Union, is the biggest and most successful risk in this year’s Magnetic North Theatre Festival. Having premiered in … Continue reading “Seeker” is a Risk Well-Worth Taking

“The Public Servant” is Laugh Out Loud Funny

Arguably you could not find a better suited play to stage at the Irving Greenberg Centre which is a mere stone’s throw from Tunney's Pasture, home to a plethora of federal buildings including Stats Canada. The Public Servant, presented by the Great Canadian Theatre Company (co-developed with Common Boots Theatre) in association with the 2015 … Continue reading “The Public Servant” is Laugh Out Loud Funny