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Thursday, July 11, 2019

Capital Fringe review: Would You Rather… by Kate Gorman

If Would You Rather… issued a warning label for real life situations it would read: Beware of elaborate questionnaires and their accompanying release forms. The play takes you into a swirl…

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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Capital Fringe review: A History of Laughter by Kate Gorman

Matt Dundas doesn’t let facts get in the way of telling a good story, particularly if they are making fun of politicians past and present. His one-man show, performed as a walk along Penns…

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Capital Fringe review: The Face Zone, Surreal Daydreams to Trip Your Imagination by Kate Gorman

Upbeat and whimsical, The Face Zone meanders between philosophical musings and autobiographical tales in a Sark-esque combination of drawings and poetry. Bopping from thought to thought, Mar…

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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Review: Dead Dog’s Bone: A Birthday Play by Kate Gorman

Nu Sass Productions’ Dead Dog’s Bone: A Birthday Play is about a girl and her dog and the messiness of growing up, but don’t think for a moment that means it is a story you’ve seen b…

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Monday, February 25, 2019

Review: The Head That Wears The Crown workshop shows promise for teen drama by Kate Gorman

Ally Theatre Company’s production of The Head That Wears The Crown takes on intense subject matter, folding together high school relationships, sexual assault, eating disorders, and self-h…

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Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Review: Anatole: Mouse Magnifique, ageless fun at Imagination Stage by Kate Gorman

Imagination Stage has put together a tasty spread of charming adventures in their musical production of Anatole: Mouse Magnifique. The show has a smorgasbord of delights that consider not on…

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Monday, December 10, 2018

Review: Second City’s Love, Factually cheerfully skewers the holiday romcom by Kate Gorman

If you’re looking for a fun evening of holiday romcom parody, Second City’s Love, Factually delivers the goods. Lovers and haters of the 2003 British film Love, Actually will find a lot …

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Saturday, November 10, 2018

Review: Woman of No Importance, Wilde’s wit at play with all-female cast by Kate Gorman

Scena Theatre’s production of Woman of No Importance promises Oscar Wilde’s signature cocktail of witty banter and razor sharp wit combined with the ridiculousness of the upper crust exp…

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Monday, October 29, 2018

Review: Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay! High food prices skyrocket Daniel Fo’s farce by Kate Gorman

Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay! could just as easily be titled “I Love Antonia” for the heroine’s strong similarities to Lucille Ball and the crazily comic situations navigated by two workin…

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Monday, July 16, 2018

Review: A Two Woman Hamlet at Capital Fringe by Kate Gorman

Who needs to see another rehash of the play about a moody prince from Denmark? You do. Get thee to A Two Woman Hamlet for this palpable hit. The titular women, Hannah Sweet and Nicola Collet…

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Review: Painted Ladies: Bosses of the Wild West at Capital Fringe by Kate Gorman

Two charismatic women rule the roost in the engagingly interactive Painted Ladies: Bosses of the Wild West, but their bright lights tend to overshadow the rest of the production. Painted Lad…

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Review: The Tragical Comical Fool’s Game (Or, Nun of your Business) at Capital Fringe by Kate Gorman

In The Tragical Comical Fool’s Game, the Masters of SHX present a cocktail of Shakespearean characters, blended with philosophical musings, and garnished with fourth wall-breaking asides. …

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