Thursday, March 29, 2012

Vigil

I recently attended the Segal /Theatre Rideau Vert production of Vigil by Morris Panych. I saw this play a few years ago in Toronto at Canadian Stage. It is an interesting 90 minute one act play about death and dying. It also explores the nature of family relationships. It is quite a funny play with a fair bit of slapstick humour. I enjoyed the play, but I already knew what to expect. The audience at the Segal seemed a little confused abut it. Te reviewers were not all kind.

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