Libretto by Royce Vavrek, music by Luna Pearl Woolf, dramaturgy and direction by Michael Hidetoshi Mori, Betty Oliphant Theatre, Feb. 19 to 23, 2020. Continue reading

Recent Blog Posts

Website Troubles Continue – But There Is Hope

Let’s call my site under repair. I’ve hired someone to fix things so we’ll wait and see. The first person I hired gave up. Maybe I’ll be second time lucky, but it is a sign that there is  something seriously wrong when an experienced web designer had trouble figuring things out. I live in hope, but it has stopped my posting, so my apologies for that. Their have been too many errors in the posts.

The Glitch Continues

First of all, I was out of the country for all of January, so I couldn’t address the problems with my website. As a result, the description of the review on the home page is wrong, although the actual review post is correct. My apologies for that, and I will get things fixed as soon as I can, so please bear with me,

A Glitch in my System

My apologies to A Christmas Carol, but I seem to have gremlins in my website. I can’t seem to get rid of the tag line for the Coal Mine play. I don’t know what’s wrong and that the tag line for A Christmas Carol doesn’t appear. Nonetheless, if you click on Continue Reading, you will reach the Christmas Carol review. Back to the drawing board. Sometimes I really hate technology.

I’ve Been Missing in Action – Blame the Internet

In December, I was upgraded by Bell to fibre optics because my modem speed was so slow, and so my troubles began.The braindead subcontractors who put in the fibre optics ended them in our mechanical rooms and not in the actual units themselves. As a result, I did not have a stable internet connection and had to keep rebooting my modem (which required my phoning my concierge to send the patrolman to open the door because we mortal owners/tenants don’t –Read More

Recent Reviews

Theatre Review – Coal Mine Theatre/Marjorie Prime by Jordan Harrison

An absorbing play where artificial intelligence meets family dynamics, and the role of memories becomes a major player. Continue reading

Theatre Review – Coal Mine Theatre/Between Riverside and Crazy by Stephen Adly Guirgis

Esteemed American playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis has come up short with a play that doesn’t hang together, and which is not helped by uneven acting. Continue reading → reviews performing arts theater Continue reading