“The Cockwhisperer” is Funny and Entertaining

For a show that puts up something of a bawdy front (just check out the title), The Cockwhisperer makes very valid points about the condition of publicly-funded sex education and the need to appreciate the relationship aspect of sexual relationships as much (if not more) than the sex. In this solo storytelling show Colette Kendall … Continue reading “The Cockwhisperer” is Funny and Entertaining

“Three Men in a Boat” is a ‘Bon’ Voyage

The second that Matt Pilipiak blew into his tuning whistle to begin the utterly British “Eton Boating Song” at the Ottawa Fringe Festival Preview Night, I was sold on this show. A stage adaptation of Jerome K. Jerome’s 1889 travelogue Three Men in a Boat, the gentlemen at Pea Green Theatre Group bring you a … Continue reading “Three Men in a Boat” is a ‘Bon’ Voyage

Anna and Benya Nossik Talk Children’s Theatre Exchange

In June of 2015 I had a chance to participate in a Theatre Exchange Program with Solo Theatre from Atlanta. I participated in a haunted walk tour and two huge camp fires with Solo and Once Upon a Kingdom theatres. We also had several theatre workshops. One of my favorite theatre exercises was creating shadows … Continue reading Anna and Benya Nossik Talk Children’s Theatre Exchange