If you want to see some gritty, explosive theatre in Toronto you should check out the Storefront Theatre’s production of David Mamet’s Edmond, which runs until November 22. Glenn Talent’s Tim Walker gives the performance of a lifetime every night as the titular character. The staging is fervently paced and choreographed beautifully, conjuring the amped-up energy of New York City.
Read the Toronto Star review here.
The New York Times has great things to say about Glenn Talent’s Jonathan Silver in particular in their review here. “Unseemly” runs until November 8 at the Urban Stages Theatre in Chelsea. If you’re in New York City, check it out! Congrats, Jonathan.
Glenn Talent’s Jennifer Liao’s feature film “End of Days, Inc.” is playing at the Montreal World Film Festival. The film, which Jennifer describes as a “scrappy little dark comedy with a supernatural spin” features a stellar Canadian cast.
There are two screenings of the film:
Sunday, August 30th – 10:30am – Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin 9
Monday, August 31st – noon – Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin 9
If you’re in Montreal, check it out!
For more info on the film, go to the Facebook page.
Glenn Talent’s Jade Hassouné has joined the cast of ABC Family’s series “Shadowhunters” in the recurring guest star role of Meliorn, a “handsome and elegant fairy, also known as a Seelie, is a creature that is equal parts angel and demon.”
Jade did a great interview on talknerdywithus.com about the show and other things going on in his busy life.
Karen Knox has been getting incredible reviews for her performances in Odyssey Theatre’s “The Things We Do For Love”. Way to go, Karen!!! The runs until August 23rd.
Here’s a sampling:
“Karen Knox, who plays the lead character Finea, steals the show. She is phenomenal.” – Jennifer Hartley, Ottawa Life Magazine
“The highlight of the evening is the excellent Karen Knox as Finea, an exuberant young Hungarian aristocrat.” – Patrick Langston, The Ottawa Citizen
“Because I feel that she deserves a paragraph of her own, I need to mention that actress Karen Knox stole the entire show in this last section. As Finea, aka Celio, Knox played the cross-dressing female protagonist, full of vigor and derring-do.” – Joseph Hutt, APT 613
“Karen Knox gives the best human horse imitation I have ever seen … not to mention her outstanding star performance…” – Margaret Kell Virany, cozybookbasics
Get your tickets here.