“Century Song” Brings Innovation to the Stage

Walking into the theatre space at the Gladstone for Century Song, presented as part of the Ontario Scéne festival, nearly took my breath away.  I wasn’t sure what to expect from this show produced by the renowned Volcano Theatre that describes the show as being a “performance hybrid” that intertwines classical singing, new music played … Continue reading “Century Song” Brings Innovation to the Stage

“Who Killed Spalding Gray?” Leaves Much to be Desired

One of the first performances I was ever really struck by while doing my undergrad was during my fourth year in a class called Theory of the Theatrical Event taught by Dr. Daniel Mroz. In this class we watched a number of archived performance videos, but Spalding Gray’s Swimming to Cambodia is one that I’ll never forget. … Continue reading “Who Killed Spalding Gray?” Leaves Much to be Desired