You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown plays at Meridian Centrepointe Theatres until June 30.
Romeo + Juliet runs from July 1st to August 17th as part of the Torchlight Shakespeare Festival in parks across Eastern Ontario.
With a clever and catchy score and some real gut busting laughs you will want to head down to The Gladstone to get your spot on Avenue Q before it’s too late.
David Currie: Beyond the Pale delves into a family’s emotional struggle as some begin leaving their traditional homeland to seek out the promise of New York City and the American dream.
Colin Noden: “Olive was at capacity the night we went. I’d advise getting your tickets to this touching experience ASAP.”
Jennifer Cavanagh: “These three are comics are undoubtedly talented, with a strong dynamic between them and very funny on their own but not all the bits land as they should”
Livia Belcea: “It’s a well-crafted sci-fi comedy that packs clever jokes, adventure, drama, sex, politics and social commentary all into one fun show.”
David Currie: “Stick or Wizard is a bizarre show, and I’m not even sure it works, but I also don’t think it has to.”
David Currie: “Clara Madrenas is a charming performer, an able singer, and a thought-provoking writer who I’m sure will be a Fringe tour staple for years to come.”
David Currie: “I have no idea why she decided to market this the way she did. It’s not really a Star Trek show. It’s not stand-up. But you know what? She can do whatever the hell she wants because her show is amazing and I admire her for it.”
Mer Weinhold: “Ingenue is a charming, beautifully polished show that exposed me to a snippet of history I’d had no idea existed. I highly recommend this play to everyone.”
Livia Belcea: “Although the subject matter of the play makes it difficult to watch, the play itself is excellent.”
Barb Popel: “Magnificence is Keir Cutler’s bouquet to his beloved, talented mother, who died in 2011.”
Colin Noden: “This play has all the pieces and captivated me right to the end.”
Colin Noden: “Happy Birthday Claire! is listed as a New Work, but the cast and production have the dynamics of a long-standing play.”