Theatre

Next Stage All Our Yesterdays Poster All Our Yesterdays
Written by: Chloé Hung
Produced by: Elizabeth Wilson and AnOther Theatre Company
Starring: Chiamaka Umeh and Amanda Weise
Next Stage Theatre Festival – January 7-17th, 2016
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All Our Yesterdays Poster

All Our Yesterdays
Written by: Chloé Hung
Produced by: Rick Bartram and AnOther Theatre Company
Starring: Chiamaka Umeh and Amanda Weise
Stage managed by: Liz Wilson
Toronto Fringe Festival – July 1st-July 12th, 2015
For more information about this show click here!
NOW Magazine Jon Kaplan’s 5/5 review: “Played out on a chalkboard circle, the action moves back and forth in time, moments of sharp comedy interrupting intense confrontations. The actors are strong and the direction compelling; you’re sure to be shaken by the ending.”

 

 

Act 2 of Noises Off – wherein the set flips so the audience views the action from “backstage”

Noises Off (2012)
Written by: Michael Frayn
Produced by: Liz Wilson and the King’s Theatrical Society
Stage managed by: Seana Stevenson and Hannah Kaplan
Starring: Ana Matisse Donefer-Hickie, Jackson Byrne, Tom Brosky, Rebecca Best, Meghan Borthwick, Michael Beedie, Gabrielle Rekai, Tom Lute, Philippe Mesley
Reviews:
Noises Off PosterThe Coast: “Noises Off is spot on” “Director Chloé Hung orchestrates the manic action with a deft hand, making this one of the year to date’s most entertaining shows”
The Watch: “An (almost ) entirely pantomimed [second] act, where timing is of the essence, would be daunting for most directors. But this high energy and carefully choreographed act is pulled off to a tee. Hung uses every inch of the stage, getting the timing and pacing perfect, while simultaneously making the most of a brilliantly crafted set”
Award:
King’s Zine Awards (2012) – Best Show
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My Boyfriend’s Back and There’s Gonna Be Laundry (2011)
Written by: Sandra Shamas
Produced by: Liz Johnston and Griffin McInnes (Wit’s End Theatre)
Stage managed by: Sarah Kester
Starring: Liz Johnston as Sandra
Reviews:
The Coast: “[Wit’s End Theatre’s] production of Canadian comic Sandra Shamas’ My Boyfriend’s Back and There’s Gonna Be Laundry stars Liz Johnston as a very desperate singleton working to capture her man. Johnston is cute as button and her comic timing is impeccable”

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