LEGALLY BLONDE, the Musical!@ Lower Ossington Theatre 4

Review by Danny Gaisin

Occasionally, whether for financial purpose or expediency; something pretty good is embellished or modified. LEGALLY BLONDE was a 2001 ridiculously-concepted vehicle for Reese Witherspoon. Naturally (for Hollywood) there had to be a sequel, but fortunately, no franchise. What we do have is a musical version with forgettable arias by O’Keefe & Benjamin.

the LEGALLY BLONDE cast & pets!

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Anne of Green Gables; flouncing, dancing, energetic Reply

Review by Danny Gaisin

Little Women”; “Nancy Drew”; “Anne of Green Gables”; back in my youth all these were something no self-respecting boy would dare to read. So, an invite to see Montgomery’s century-old story about a Nova Scotia orphan and her resettlement in P.E.I. promised to be a rectification of this glaring omission in my life experiences. Meadowvale Music Theatre and its director Renee Belforte are presenting the musical adaptation by Don Harron & Norman Campbell at Mississauga’s Montevideo venue. To this scribe, nothing can ever equal Harron’s creative ‘Rumpleforeskin’ entry at a Toronto Fringe, but Anne with an E is almost as much fun. More…