It’s not a perfect movie or script, and at times it’s a little awkward or stilted, but overall this movie is a great teen romcom. I would have loved this and identified with it when growing up, even though I wasn’t questioning myself in the same way. It just embodies the teen experience in a lot of subtle ways.
This was an inventive and fast paced season for Bard on the Beach. With three comical, crafty plays and one major drama they were certainly off to… Read more “Bard on the Beach’s 2015 Season: Reviewed”
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival continues its 26th season with a musical adaptation of Love’s Labour’s Lost. The play will run Tuesdays through Sundays from June… Read more “Bard on the Beach Opens the Howard Family Stage with Love’s Labour’s Lost”
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival opens its 26th season with The Comedy of Errors. Directed by Bard on the Beach Artistic AssociateScott Bellis, this steampunk rendition… Read more “Join Bard on the Beach for The Comedy of Errors”
A simple set filled marvellously by colourful costumes and expressive characters, The Tempest creates a magical experience as the second play for Bard on the Beach’s 25th… Read more “Bard on the Beach’s THE TEMPEST Opens to a Standing Ovation”
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival continues its 25th Anniversary season with the magical romance The Tempest. The production is on stage Tuesdays through Sundays on the… Read more “The Tempest joins 25th Anniversary season at Bard on the Beach”
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary with the return of Shakespeare’s magical comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Dream was presented during Bard’s inaugural season in 1990. Dean Paul Gibson(Associate Artistic… Read more “A Midsummer Night’s Dream Opens Bard on the Beach’s 25th Anniversary Season”