A recap of the performing arts in a tumultuous year.
Apollinaire Theatre Company
BARE STAGE AT FESTIVAL THEATRE COMPANY
If I do nothing else this year but spare you from suffering through Michael Walker’s bare stage, then 2019 will have been a very successful year for me.
Undeniably the most miserable, misguided, and self-indulgent play I have ever seen, ...
Apollinaire Theatre brings Hamlet to Chelsea’s waterfront
The staging is also environmental, in that the audience will follow the actors to multiple locations within the park.
“I’d seen one of Nicholas’ plays in Halifax and I just fell in love with it,” says director Meg Taintor. “It was one of those things where I supposed to go see another show the next night and I cancelled it and bought another ticket to see his show again.”
Apollinaire Theatre Company stages new Scottish play, “Midsummer,” about a pair of thirtysomethings who definitely shouldn’t sleep together, but, of course, do.
Instead of milking the holiday season for as much nog as they can muster, Apollinaire Theatre Company is going the opposite route and serving up a taste of summer in the thick of winter.