Giving birth to My Pregnant Brother
The title of Johanna Nutter’s one-woman play ‘My Pregnant Brother’ certainly evokes a myriad of...
Baruchel – almost Holmes
By Sharman Yarnell for Curtains Up I remember a few years ago when the movie ‘Sherlock Holmes’ with Robert Downey...
FRINGE FESTIVAL 2013
I must admit, I’m behind the eight ball on Montreal’s Fringe Festival.  Before Monday’s media call at Les...
Thinking of YU
By Sharman Yarnell for Curtains Up Have you ever left a play unable to stop thinking about the production, the subject...
Autorretrato – Maria Pagés Compañía
By Rik Roe for Curtains Up A last minute gift from a co-worker of my better-half, Fiona, resulted in a gift that kept...
Working together to make the world a better place...
by Carolyn Flower, Published in The Montrealer March 2013 Geordie Productions has been presenting live English theatre...
The Segal 2013-2014 Season – Classics to...
By Sharman Yarnell for Curtains Up Lights up, Jazz Band on stage, bring in the comedians. That was the opening to the...
DANCE ME TO THE END ON/OFF LOVE –...
By Sharman Yarnell for Curtains Up How very brave – a scene done it total darkness.  Hallelujah! The scene is...
JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND LOOKING GOOD AT
By Sharman Yarnell for Curtains Up Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris is not a piece often performed...
Oklahoma – HVT
By Sharman Yarnell for Curtains Up Mounting a full blown musical production under professional circumstances is a...