Monthly Archives: January 2011

Autobiographicality and Inalienability

Because I primarily work on classical plays instead of new ones, but most of what I see are new plays, I sometimes think when watching them about the possibility for subsequent productions.  I get the impression (but I’m happy to … Continue reading

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Top 5 of 2010

I saw a tonne of great shows last year, but these five stood out among the rest: 5. The Anderson Project (Ex Machina/Canadian Stage, (October 26) Robert Lepage is probably the foremost Canadian theatre artist of our time.  His stagecraft … Continue reading

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2010: 76 shows

In 2010, I tried for the first time to keep a log of each show (play, opera or ballet) that I saw, and write some comments about it.  Over the course of the year I saw 76 different productions, most … Continue reading

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