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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

SummerWorks picks

A press still for One Reed Theatre's (never underestimate) The Power at SummerWorks.
Today's the last day to catch some SummerWorks action. Does anyone have any recommendations? Funny SummerWorks stories? Top picks?

7 comments:

Michael Wheeler said...

I went to the Performance Gallery at The Gladstone last night. It was fun, PWYC, AND they let you walk around with a beer from downstairs. Some work was highly political, other was decidedly abstract. Highly recommend it.

And there was like, all these like, hot playwrights there, that were like, totally so hot. So that was cool too.

Too soon!?!

m said...

I really loved (and was very pleasantly suprised by) Dust at the TPM backspace.

megan said...

oops, that was me (about Dust), I hit enter before finishing typing my name...

Michael said...

Any Night at TPM is the best thing I've seen in a while. And I haven't been that frightened sitting in a theatre since UnSpun's Minotaur.

Anonymous said...

I’ve only seen four shows so far but (never underestimate) the power, coincidently pictured, is the best of ‘em.

alison said...

I just want to plug Plank Magazine, where my dream of conducted a theatre version of the Popcorn Panel (first expressed on this very blog!) has finally become a reality.

http://www.plankmagazine.com

ian mackenzie said...

I didn't get to nearly as many SummerWorks shows as I would have liked, but . . .

. . . (never underestimate) The Power was perfect! Exactly the kind of theatre I like to see. I didn't want it to end.