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A Brimful of Asha is now available for on demand streaming through Monday, MAR 22! This hilarious and heartwarming tale of love, family, and generational leaps is truly a delight. From Why Not Theatre based in Toronto, we’re grateful to have a digital presentation of their work. However, we want to know what you thought! Below are some questions to prompt discussion, or feel free to leave a comment of whatever comes across your find. What…

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Cheek by Jowl and Pushkin Theatre’s Measure for Measure (OCT 24-28) has been sweeping the nation in its US Premiere Tour, amazing audiences and creating an American following as our political scene unfolds before us. With the midterm elections in just a few weeks and the recent Supreme Court nomination, director Declan Donnelan and designer Nick Ormend’s Measure for Measure, “is vivid & uncommonly moving…unsettling poignancy.” The New York Times named this specific production a…

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  One of the defining characteristics of a Bedlam Theatre Company production is they often have four actors play every single role in the play. The results are pure mayhem, hilarity, and a frenetic, new energy brought to even the most well-known plays. Artistic director Eric Tucker admits that this feature of the group originated as a way to produce theatre on the cheap (“When you’re starting a company and you don’t have a lot…

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  “Sitting squared behind that table gives me a center, makes the story the important thing and to some extent the table is a new image that can’t be pinned down. It is authoritarian but it also is not stand-up comedy.” – Spalding Gray on  not being a stand-up comic If you read a certain amount of interviews with Spalding Gray you’re going to notice a reoccurring sentiment, a sort of consistent refusal–  it comes…

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