November 7, 2019

This London Life is a brand new production commissioned by artistic director Dennis Garnhum. According to the program, it is the first of five commissions under a program called “COMPASS” that will guide playwrights to tell stories for the Grand Theatre stage. The play is both written and directed by Morris Panych, who has previously appeared on the Grand Theatre stage himself. Needless to say, this show is a great representation of the 2019/20 tagline: “World Curious. London Proud.”

The comedic...

February 1, 2019

The Penelopiad, directed by Megan Follows, is a product of significant pieces of literature written by two well-known authors in our literary canon. Margaret Atwood’s novel The Penelopiad was published in 2005 and explores the events of Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey, the sequel to The Iliad. Atwood’s novel and the play do not follow the adventures of Odysseus himself, played by Praneet Akilla, but rather his wife, Penelope, played by Seana McKenna. The focus on Penelope opens up a new, exciting...

February 1, 2019

This year, the Arts and Humanities student council adds, The Interrogation of Baruch de Spinoza, directed by Julia Sebastien, to its list of captivating productions. The show, written by David Ives, is set in 1600s Amsterdam and picks up on Baruch de Spinoza in a moment of conflict; he has to convince a congregation that he still shares the same religious beliefs as everyone in his Jewish community. If Spinoza is not able to convince his community that his beliefs align with theirs, he risks exc...

December 8, 2018

At the Grand Theatre,
A Christmas Carol has become a bit of a holiday tradition, and rightfully so. This year marks the 6th time that this story has been brought to life on a Grand Theatre stage. That being said, the artistic director of the Grand, Dennis Garnhum, introduces a new twist on the old classic: for the first time on a Canadian stage, Scrooge is portrayed as a woman. The talented cast, including individuals of all ages, invites audience members to look on the classic tale in a new lig...

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University of Western Ontario

London, Ontario, N6A 3K7