Hi Director, Cast and Crew of the Trafford Tanzi Play:
I really enjoyed the interactiveness of this play!
I saw it Saturday night and it reminded me of how much we need non-traditional roles for women, a female wrestler, in the theatre and in real life! Think of women today in non traditional careers these days, such as combat in the military, firefighters and police officers. We need more empowering roles for women.
I felt you made a great job with the band, the actual wrestling ring, the celebrity wrestlers and enjoyed the comedy and physical fun of it all!
A Royal Pain
Well done! Thank you so much for your part in arranging today’s matinee, and inviting the schools to attend. What a fun performance – the kids loved it, and they were so thrilled to “see” Tiffany’s part. An added bonus for them was the fact that the puppets came from Poland – their teacher Barbara (Grynia-Kochanczyk) is from Poland.
The question and answer time at the end was great. It struck me how virtually every single child went along with the imaginary microphone, even to the point that when the volume was “turned up” they spoke more loudly!
Here’s to the last few performances!
Waterdown Montessori School
The Ends of the Earth
I saw “The Ends of the Earth” on Thursday evening. It was whacky and hilarious and – well, just great!
The Ends of the Earth
To: Theresa, Roland, Gord, Lisbie and the rest of the Crew;
Adam, Peter, Natasha, Andrea, Neil and the Stagehands in the Cast
The Ends of the Earth is a MUST SEE production! The Panych script is twisted and hilarious. The characters are so demented they’re wise. The actors pull off a flawless performance and carry every nuance and paranoid ramble with perfect timing and believable insanity. The set, costumes, sound effects and lighting are second to none. The home made cookies, tea and coffee at intermission are a treat.
Get out and support this awesome Village Theatre group. It’s worth a drive from Toronto, Ottawa, Newfoundland or B.C. to see this production. Morris Panych brings his play “The Trespassers” to Stratford this summer in a world premiere so beat the international rush and head to Waterdown this weekend to this hysterical Panych play. I’d travel to the ends of the earth to see it again! Don’t miss it!
Kudos on a brilliant performance.
Chris Cavan and the Family and Friends Fan Club
A Chorus of Disapproval
Congratulations on a brilliant and hysterically entertaining show. We laughed so much that we staggered out of the theatre, drunk on laughter and exhausted from rolling in the aisles. I didn’t even need a drink after that show. One line that I can’t get out of my head is – She’s a swiss army wife. And an outstanding cameo experience by an equisitely attired and shapely calfed Janet Hatfield.
Last night we went to the St. Lawrence Centre in TO to see It’s a Wonderful Life – with some top Canadian talent. We chuckled and laughed politely, but your show was head and shoulders above that one.
The synergy, comic timing and talent of everyone on and off stage will long be remembered. Brilliant cameo
p.s. MJ,- The mouthwatering goodies you baked for the appreciative audience were the icing on the cake.
Leaving Home, Coming Home
My wife and I were fortunate enough to be at Saturday’s performance of Leaving Home, Coming Home.
We both found it to be extremely powerful and thought provoking.
I for one think it is something every Canadian should see. Fortunately it was produced right here in Flamborough and I was exposed to the variety of backgrounds that make up the fabric of our community.
Congratulations on an amazing production.
A Lie of the Mind
Thank you for prompting me to go to the show. The acting was incredible, and the whole production very powerful and really well done.
Eleanor McEdwards (who lent us the flag)
Thank you, Nea Reid and company, for your brave and compellingly creative production! Our students at Mary Hopkins were enthralled and stimulated. As their music teacher, I was so pleased that they got to witness such amazing mood music and “found” percussion (totally curriculum-relevant!) Imagination rules! Thanks again for including us! More! More!