From the underground parking lot, the main foyer dressed by a big, sparkling green and red Christmas tree, the upstairs foyer where drinks, slush puppie and jellytots flowed, through every red seat of the auditorium glimmering with tiny flickers of stars from the disco ball, the pantomime magic was in the air. Last night at … Continue reading Review: Pinocchio SA: The classic we love!
While some of us may be already looking back thinking ‘What have I done with my life?’ as the end of the year countdown spirals downwards, take comfort as the end of the year also brings along happiness and cheer in the form of a little wooden toy. Pinocchio, to be exact, in the year’s … Continue reading Behind the curtain of Pinocchio SA
Entertaining kids is big business. They are perhaps the toughest critics, and performers need to work their hardest keeping their attention, while taking them through an imaginative journey, singing perfectly in tune to the songs and trying to maneuver in those costumes. That is why I take my hat off to the entire cast and … Continue reading Review: Winnie the Pooh Kids at Peoples Theatre
It’s been a while since I last watched a straight dramatic play. There were moments of nostalgia that I reminisced in from my varsity days: where much of the spectacle is stripped away to reveal the actors in the space telling a story. I was excited before most of the action had even begun. This … Continue reading Review: ‘Acceptance’ holds up the mirror
Love is complex and complicated enough, but writer Joe Dipieto managed to succinctly script the entire relationship journey in short, hilarious punchy scenes, with more than 52 different characters. I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change boasts a 4-piece stellar cast who seamlessly move from character to character, and scene to scene while hitting every … Continue reading Review: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change