Tag Archives: Stewart Lemoine

A funny and wistful season finale at Teatro La Quindicina: Shocker’s Delight!, a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “I’m concerned about our ability to function outside the academic world,” says Julia, a ballroom dance major at the University of Continental North America, to her childhood friend Markus, who’s in philosophy. The college pals are … Continue reading

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Shocker’s Delight! Ron Pederson directs his favourite play at Teatro La Quindicina

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca In 1993, a kid named Ron Pederson fell deeply in love. With a play. The object of his affection struck him as funny and wistful, complicated but simple, and sad, a highly unusual kind of comedy. … Continue reading

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The Exquisite Hour: a 12thnight.ca Fringe review by Todd Babiak

By Todd Babiak The Exquisite Hour (Stage 12, Varscona Theatre) Stewart Lemoine has written wilder comedies, with more intricate plots. His dialogue is sometimes more sparkling, more self-consciously ingenious. In other Lemoine plays, there are more laugh-out loud scenes. Lemoine … Continue reading

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I Heard About Your Murder: a new Lemoine comedy reinvents the who-dunnit

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca An early exchange in I Heard About Your Murder, a teasing title with its own built-in line of inquiry, is a tip-off about the mystery concoction to follow.  Irritated by efforts to smooth out the awkward … Continue reading

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Getting away with murder? Stewart Lemoine’s new mystery-comedy I Heard About Your Murder premieres at Teatro

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca In Stewart Lemoine’s new murder mystery thriller comedy — a tricky theatrical category with precious few representatives — you’ll meet a married couple of Canuck urbanites with an idyllic rural retreat. Little do Howard and Dodie … Continue reading

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“What lies ahead?” asking the oracle in ’20s New York: a review of The Salon of the Talking Turk

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Will I be ever again be as happy as I was on the happiest day of my life so far? It’s a question that haunts all of us, on tiptoes at the hidden intersection between what’s … Continue reading

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Teatro turns 35 with a new season of comedies, variously hued

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “Oh, it’s beyond fun….”  — Dominica, in The Talking Turk Now, there’s a mantra for a Teatro season. In The Salon of the Talking Turk, the vintage Stewart Lemoine comedy that launches Teatro La Quindicina’s  2017 … Continue reading

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