“Boy vs. Chair” Embraces the Spirit of Fresh Meat

Two Kind Boys, riding the wave of their successful Ottawa Fringe debut Rideshares and Rope Swings, are rather less successful with their Fresh Meat debut Boy vs. Chair, though Fresh Meat is the perfect venue to get as experimental as this show does. The basic premise is explained pretty succinctly by the title, but the … Continue reading “Boy vs. Chair” Embraces the Spirit of Fresh Meat

“Rideshares & Rope Swings” is Refreshingly Quiet and Beautiful

Rideshares and Rope Swings, from Two Kind Boys Productions, tells a quirky tale the friendship that develops between two young adults (played by Matt Hertendy and Zoe Towne) on a rideshare across Ontario. There is a line from the near the beginning of this show that says, about the stars that, “beauty isn’t always in … Continue reading “Rideshares & Rope Swings” is Refreshingly Quiet and Beautiful

“Rideshares & Rope Swings” is a Promising Debut from New Company

Reviewed by Ian Huffam Rideshares & Rope Swings is the promising Fringe debut from Two Kind Boys, and if their narrative skills and playful stagecraft is any indication, we should expect more pleasing shows like this one to come. In Rideshares we meet Reid, who makes a ridesharing agreement with Genevieve that will take them … Continue reading “Rideshares & Rope Swings” is a Promising Debut from New Company