Previous shows

There are far too few opportunities to see productions of Streetcar so it’s exciting when one comes along, especially one as meticulously crafted as director Paul Welch’s version for Spirit Fire Theatre.

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FOUR STARS
- Louis Hobson, Columnist for the Calgary Herald

The Spirit Fire Theatre production of the John Steinbeck Depression Era classic Of Mice and Men is everything and perhaps even a little more that one could hope for from a production of this classic drama. Beautifully directed and acted with depth and sincerity, it is an emotionally gripping, heart wrenching evening of theatre. It certainly ripped at my heart and I was definitely not the only one wiping tears away as we left the Pumphouse’s Joyce Doolittle Theatre.

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FOUR STARS
- Louis Hobson, Columnist for the Calgary Sun

Poster

In Vincent, Morag Haysom’s well-rounded study of a complex human being makes for an intriguing play with a compelling theory. Bearing an eerie and uncanny resemblance to the actual Van Gogh, David Haysom provides a passionate portrayal of the troubled artist who is being virtually wholly supported by his benevolent younger brother, Theo, an art dealer, played with great compassion and sensitivity by Blair Wood.

- Maryth Gilroy, Columnist for Plank Magazine