“Counting Aloud” Orchestrates Feelings of Acceptance and Belonging Through Music and Storytelling

by Sarah Haley In Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night, the Duke Orsino once said, “If music be the food of love, play on.” Persephone Production’s Counting Aloud endeavors to understand that relationship between music and love. Written and performed by Gabrielle Soskin and directed by Christopher Moore, Counting Aloud is an autobiographical love story between a … Continue reading “Counting Aloud” Orchestrates Feelings of Acceptance and Belonging Through Music and Storytelling

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Magic Rings and a Magic Performance

         Magic Rings and a Magic Performance Alexandra Milman (age 12)         Much to my delight I am pleased to say that I really enjoyed C.S. Lewis' The Magician’s Nephew, directed by Jonathan Harris and produced by 9th Hour Theatre, at Centrepointe Theatre. This tale is about two children, Polly (played by Sarah Stapleton) and … Continue reading Magic Rings and a Magic Performance

A Classic Confusing RENT

A Classic Confusing Rent  Ian Huffam “What binds the fabric together when the raging, shifting winds of change keep ripping away?” This, and other questions, are raised in the eponymous opening song of Sock ‘N Buskin’s RENT, but they are difficult to answer when the production itself doesn’t seem to know what’s binding it together. … Continue reading A Classic Confusing RENT