Tag Archives: Marc Horton

Romance in the Regency: One Man Pride and Prejudice, a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

One Man Pride and Prejudice (Stage 19, Sugar Swing Ballroom) By Marc Horton It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single actor in possession of a good story must not mess it up. Victoria actor Charles Ross has a … Continue reading

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Breakneck Julius: a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

Breakneck Julius Caesar (Stage 8, Old Strathcona Performing Arts Centre) By Marc Horton It takes only a flip of his toga for actor Timothy Mooney to transform himself into Calpurnia, Caesar’s nervous wife. Another flip and the toga sleeve becomes a … Continue reading

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Chasing Willie Nelson, a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

Chasing Willie Nelson – A Tribute (Stage 39, CKUA) By Marc Horton What to leave in? What to leave out? In tracing the history of the remarkable and remarkably durable Willie Nelson, should you put in Hello Walls and leave … Continue reading

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Fringe review: The Great American Songbook Cabaret

  The Great American Songbook Cabaret (Stage 18, Sugar Swing Ballroom) By Marc Horton I confess to having once been a tiresome baby boomer much given to lecturing indifferent and bored whippersnappers that it was my generation that had put … Continue reading

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