Snow White at The Elgin Theatre

Published by Toronto Mike on December 2, 2012 @ 19:06 in Reviews

Snow White at The Elgin TheatreWe attended SNOW WHITE, the Deliciously Dopey Family Musical at the Elgin Theatre on Thursday. It was my first Ross Petty production and I wasn't sure what to expect.

It was great fun with kids and adults laughing out loud. My kids loved it, especially when they'd parody current hit pop songs, from Katy Perry to One Direction. Graham Abbey and Ross Petty were both hilarious and Melissa O'Neil made a great Snow White.

snowwhite

It was my first visit to Elgin Theatre since seeing Conan O'Brien record his show there in 2004. It was a great venue then, and it's a great venue now.

If you'd like to buy tickets to SNOW WHITE, the Deliciously Dopey Family Musical, go here.

Comments 2 comments

2 Responses to "Snow White at The Elgin Theatre"

Ryan G
December 3, 2012 / 12:00

Well my immediate family consists of my wife and a small furry black creature with four legs and a tail, so this show aint for me.

But I was lucky enough to be be walking down Yonge street yesterday afternoon just in time for this matinee to get out. A zillion suburban soccer moms and their children oozed out, completely blocking the street and ignorant that perhaps there were other people in the world who don't care about Snow Fucking White.

All I ask everyday, is that people in general need to be aware of their surroundings and act accordingly. Share the space people, share the space.

Argie
December 3, 2012 / 14:25

Ryan,

Amen! I like to refer to the condition of not knowing or caring about surroundings as "clueless-itis". Yes, soccer moms are in the high risk category as are gen-yers (aged 18-29 ish).


Leave a Comment


Only 2 comments? C'mon, we can do better... Leave a comment above and let's keep this conversation going!


« 10th Blogiversary Open Mike O Holy Night - Tipitina's Foundation »