Expectations always get in my way. For example, if everyone tells me I will love a movie, my expectations build up so high that no matter how good the movie may be I always feel disappointed when I see it. Seeing Hungry Like The Wolf made me consider my expectations for a dance performance. SiNS (Sometimes in Nova Scotia) have been assembling a repertoire of pieces based on each of the seven deadly sins. Upon hearing this work was a study on greed that would use hundreds of uniform boxes as the objects of desire I instantly...

Hungry Like The Wolf

Poison The Well is a very, very, very, very, dense script.  In fact, the script is much too dense for a show featured at a Fringe anywhere in the world. The show should be a feature film! It is that good.

The story follows a not-so-chance meeting between Maya and James, representatives for opposite sides of a hostage negotiation. As the story progresses, we find out they already know each other, two kids from the same neighbourhood. They are separated at the age of sixteen in a violent clash; one trapped in the war-torn country while the other escapes to...

Two sides to every story...

A Beautiful View is Daniel McIvor's latest work.

Colleen Wheeler and Diane Brown

At the beginning of after homelessness, David Diamond, Artistic Director of Headlines Theatre, tells us to view the piece with an open heart, and I did just that. Unfortunately, by the end of the night, the strain made me in danger of suffering an aneurism.

after homelessness