Tag Archives: The Plain Jane Theatre Company

Thoughts on the Plain Janes’ Scenes From The Sidewalk the sequel

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca You have to hand it to the catastrophe that is the pandemic: it’s impossible now to take for granted the “live” in live theatre. “Going out to the theatre,” a phrase to be tossed off expectantly … Continue reading

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Scenes From The Sidewalk: another Plain Jane “inside out cabaret”

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “Something has got to start/ I am ready to be loved”…. — Ready To Be Loved, from Edges by Pasek and Paul. Eleven months ago, a little indie company with a specialty in musical theatre — re-discovering, … Continue reading

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A grown-up homecoming in a moving musical: Fun Home, a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca We are all haunted, every one of us. By the great mysteries of our past: our families. By the questions we live with that never got answered. By the tiny moments that slipped by at the … Continue reading

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