Review: Cinematic portraits of Love in Artiste Inconnu’s “Mythomania”

November 17, 2017
Violette Kay

Violette Kay

Violette Kay is a playwright and multidisciplinary performer who is very excited to add "reviewer" to the pile of theatre-related hats worn. A semi-recent Acting graduate of John Abbott College’s Professional Theatre Program, her most recent credits are as playwright, composer and violinist for Adoration (Tantalus, Montreal Fringe 2017). These days, you can find Violette manning the box office at Geordie Productions. She once adapted Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape into a cake, by far her most delicious and least word-heavy "writing" endeavor so far.
Violette Kay

Love is without a doubt the most frequently explored theme in all existing art. On every part of the globe, for as long as people have walked the Earth, the topic has been relentlessly poked […]

Review: Emotions run high in d2’s “Late Company”

November 10, 2017
Violette Kay

Violette Kay

Violette Kay is a playwright and multidisciplinary performer who is very excited to add "reviewer" to the pile of theatre-related hats worn. A semi-recent Acting graduate of John Abbott College’s Professional Theatre Program, her most recent credits are as playwright, composer and violinist for Adoration (Tantalus, Montreal Fringe 2017). These days, you can find Violette manning the box office at Geordie Productions. She once adapted Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape into a cake, by far her most delicious and least word-heavy "writing" endeavor so far.
Violette Kay

Grief, blame, and the hypocrisy of the suburbs take center stage in d2 productions’ Late Company. Written by celebrated Canadian playwright Jordan Tannahill and directed by Dale Hayes, Late Company focuses in on the Shaun-Hastings […]

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