New Thing #236: All My Sons



I don’t get out to real theatre performances often anymore. But tonight I had the chance to see my good friend Janice Gibson perform in Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons”.

I’ve just left the theatre and I feel absolutely gutted. I just want to get home and hug my family. That’s how invested I was with these characters.

I went into this purposely not spoiling anything. It’s refreshing to walk into something completely cold. Without any preconceived notions I was able to be completely overwhelmed by the plot and performances.

Sometimes I feel it’s a gamble when you see community theatre, but the actors did a tremendous job. Just outstanding.

I’m so glad I made it out for this one, even though I’ve just been informed that I got on the wrong bus and am now up at Steeles.

F’n TTC.


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Creative Director and espresso lover.

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