Watch as a scout guides you on a tour of Canada and teaches you about the country through improv games.
Sit inside a snazzy pavilion and be theatrically swept into the world of Shakespeare through a sleek 1950s adaptation.
Now the moms are back, middle aged, and they talk about their children moving out of their houses in Mom’s the Word 3: Nest 1/2 Empty.
With the problem so prevalent, one might expect governments to take more action to curb the practice, rather than the pitiful efforts that have taken place in Canada.
The best-handled part of the play was how deftly it switched between humour and seriousness, with shifts in mood augmented by subtle lighting changes.
“It’s the kind of play that’s expansive. […] You could produce it in so many different ways. There’s so many options, because it’s a fantastical world.”