Summer of my Amazing Luck

By Chris Craddock, adapted from the novel by Miriam Toews.
Shameless Hussy Productions
Sept 2nd, 8 p.m.

So, I’ve never seen a bad play. There’s just so much in how the staging is done, in how space is occupied, etc. There’s something about the breathing presence of live actors that gives a performance tension; I always feel tied to the actors on stage, and experience them as physical entities, unlike television, where you are a passive witness to slim projections of light and colour. It’s the difference between observing a live person and a facsimile.

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