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  • At the showbiz with Johanna Schneller, the mother of The Boy in the Moon

    05/14/17 ,via Toronto Star

    In the show Schneller (played by Liisa Repo-Martell) says some unrestrained things that may shock some viewers: had she known Walker's condition before he was born (there is no genetic test for CFC) she would have had an abortion and, now, “if I could skedaddle a 

  • Right life often the drama behind theatre-fest stories

    03/09/17 ,via Times Colonist

    Liisa Repo-Martell and David Patrick Flemming in What a Junior Wife Ought to Know. Photograph By Timothy Richard. PREVIEW. What: SPARK Festival Where: Belfry Showbiz When: March 9 to 26. Tickets: $10, $30 (250-385-6815). Sometimes, a play is 



  • Let's Go to The Majestic!

    Dundurn. 2001. ISBN: 9781554882120,1554882125. 304 pages.

    "A fascinating curriculum vitae of a wonderful old theatre." - Hume Cronyn In September of 1901 London’s New Grand Opera House flung open its doors. Boasting a wonderful interior design, and with the most modern stage equipment available, the theatre was large enough to accommodate over 1,700 patrons and the largest touring shows of the conditions. With impresario Ambrose J. Small at the helm, a new era in theatrical entertainment began. Throughout the next hundred years, the Grand Theatre hosted everything from variety companies to minstrel shows, from vaudeville to star-studded productions. The celebrated amateur theatre company, London Little Hippodrome, made The Grand its home for decades. As Canadian theatre came into its own in the 1970s, The Grand embraced professional theatre status. Throughout all these changes The Stately has remained London’s "Grand Old Lady of Richmond Street." Legendary performers from the past, including the Marks Brothers, Anna Pavlova and John Gielgud have graced its vasty stage, as have such contemporary stage stars as Hume Cronyn, William Hutt and Martha Henry. This extensively researched book, lavishly illustrated, lovingly documents the biography of The Grand. Theatre stories from every decade of The Grand’s colourful life abound throughout. To read this book is to come to know London’s Dignified Theatre in all its architectural splendour and its legacy in Canadian theatre history.


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