“The Doll’s House” is Fun for Everyone

Rag and Bone’s The Doll’s House makes excellent use of a Brechtian staging that works extremely well as a children’s show but could very easily be adapted into a fantastic horror show. A small collection of dolls owned by two little girls live in a shoebox, longing for a proper dollhouse. When the girls inherit … Continue reading “The Doll’s House” is Fun for Everyone

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Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre Proves Theatre for Young Audiences isn’t Just for Kids

On Saturday May 21st I saw two short theatre productions that blew me away with a level of poise and maturity coming from the young student-artists at Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre company. The Flying Machine and The Legend of Parvana Lake premiered at the University of Ottawa’s Academic Hall and are part of the … Continue reading Once Upon a Kingdom Theatre Proves Theatre for Young Audiences isn’t Just for Kids