|July 19, 2017|
|July 22, 2017|
|July 24, 2017|
|July 27, 2017|
|July 28, 2017|
Write your comments/reviews. Sign your written submission and include a phone number or e-mail address where you can be reached in case we need clarification (phone numbers etc., will not be printed or given out); and get it to us by one of these methods:
The Jenny Revue is a publication of The Jenny Revue Inc., a not-for-profit corporation, funded solely by advertising and donations. It is not affiliated with The Winnipeg Fringe Festival, MTC, or any other organization.|
Ain’t True & Uncle False
Paul Strickland Presents—School of Contemporary Dancers
Paul has become a Winnipeg favorite. As he walks among the crowds, you hears cries from patrons yelling out how much they loved his previous shows and how wonderful he is. And they are right. Both he, and his partner in life and theatre, Erika MacDonald (in the excellent Evacuated!), always bring quality work. Their shows should not be missed.
Patrons underestimate the effect an audience has on a show, and tonight’s late crowd was rather subdued. Each line has punch and his stories of life in the trailer park are ably accompanied by his clever guitar ditties. He needed more appreciation for the excellent work he was putting our way. I will never miss a chance to see him . I am looking forward to next year’s installment of the continuing saga of the carefully crafted characters that populate his mobile town, ‘Tales Too Tall for Trailers’. I can’t wait.