Fringe Review: Turkey isn’t the only thing that’s “Pluck’d” in this family dramedy

June 10, 2017

Andrew Sawyer

2017 Fringe Reviewer at Montreal Theatre Hub
Andrew Sawyer is an actor and writer currently in the BFA Acting for the Theatre program at Concordia University. Originally from Ottawa, Andrew is a frequent purveyor of the Ottawa Fringe Festival and is excited to see what the Montreal Fringe has in store. While his enthusiasm for theatre stretches across many genres and styles, Andrew loves Fringe Fests in particular because of their commitment to the artists, writers, and performers who bring these works to life (not to mention the designers, directors and stagehands). These are passion projects. Fringe is key to bringing unheard voices to the forefront, and he is excited to become part of this tradition.

What is a family? This is a central question driving the action of “Pluck’d”, a socio-realist production by Montreal-based Bald Angry Asian Productions. The play revolves around a Chinese family gathered for Christmas dinner, a […]