Lorenzo Pagnotta

Equal parts tragedy and comedy with a tinge of history, Alumnae Theatre’s season opener is a real visual treat.  Audience members are aptly greeted by a tall pyramid structure positioned centre stage which I – for better or worse – immediately deemed the “tower of Babylon.”  Contained within are many of the props which actors […]

  Kelly Bedard

Alumnae Theatre’s current production of After Mrs. Rochesteris somewhat of a mess. Polly Teale’s uneven script tells the story of Jean Rhys, a novelist who grew up in the West Indies, which inspired her to write a prequel to Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre about the life of Bertha, Mr. Rochester’s troubled first wife who hailed […]