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Review: Tempting Providence by Robert Chafe

Biographical plays bring their own challenges, as I well know, having written one (A Song After Living, 1997), which caused its own murmurs in the theatrical circuit. Chafe’s play uses four actors to play a large group of characters, as … Continue reading

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Review: Coma Unplugged by Pierre-Michel Tremblay

In the production notes, Director Micheline Chevrier says she “instantly fell in love with Pierre-Michel’s words, humour and heart” when she saw it performed in French; and that with this performance, she can finally share her love with English-speaking audiences. … Continue reading

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Review: Zadie’s Shoes by Adam Pettle

GCTC’s second offering of the season, Adam Pettle’s Zadie’s Shoes, is billed as a comedy, but be advised that this play carries with it a considerable burden of sorrow, in the same way that Hamlet is quite witty and funny … Continue reading

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