Monday, September 5, 2011

Openings We're Tracking, September 5-11, 2011

Cameryn Moore of Phone Whore at the Vancouver Fringe

Jem Rolls
At the The Vancouver Fringe, one of the last (and one of the biggest) hurrahs of the Fringe season, CharPo has seen Peter 'n' Chris Save the WorldJem Rolls is PISSED OFF, and Shlong Form Improv. You can also read an interview with Cameryn Moore who is presenting her Phone Whore.

In Alberta, Rosebud Theatre (in Rosebud) is presenting Queen Milli of Galt about the furor accompanying the Prince of Wales famous visit here, during WWI. In Calgary, the tried but very true Neil Simon show The Odd Couple bows at Morpheus Theatre.

Moving east to Montreal, Compagnie Jean-Duceppe - whose season slogan is "Emotions in real time" - begins its season with Stephen Belber's Match (translated by Michel Dumont). The principle cast includes the radiant Marie-Chantal Perron and the hunky Alexandre Goyette.

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