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Reviews — 6 Open

Francis

Oct. 23, 2011

2:10 AM

John Webber’s stark set consists primarily of a light box in the centre of the stage and floor-to-ceiling panels fastened across the east wall that both evoke a monolithic government structure and serve as a surface for Jason H. Thompson’s stunning multimedia. A huge undertaking for a small theatre – fantstic that your company took the chance to produce this.

Brian Paterson

Oct. 24, 2011

4:17 PM

Re:Union is theatre of the best sort: fresh, engaging, and bursting with an important, timely message. It does not only offer evening’s entertainment, but weeks and months of contemplation; as your mind will surely return to ponder its story, staging, and purpose, making it an experience that grows richer and more meaningful with time.

Full review at: http://www.lauramurraypr.com/review-reunion-at-pacific-theatre

Todd Thomson

Oct. 31, 2011

12:50 PM

GO SEE “RE:UNION” It’s that simple. Re:Union is a MUST SEE SHOW!

A compelling story which is superbly acted and integrated with intelligent and meticulous design makes for an exceptional night of theatre. RE:Union offers all three in spades!

Gerarda Cronin

Oct. 31, 2011

1:21 PM

What a wonderful play, actors and production! The story is compelling and haunting and the production was way more ambitious than I would have expected in such a small venue. Highly recommended.

Louise Riezebos

Oct. 31, 2011

4:17 PM

I loved the play, it was very intense and the actors were awesome.
What I really wanted to say is that the actors deserved a standing ovation, but I know I was too moved to switch from the play to the end. I was still processing.
So if you could let them know that they did such a good job to move on was too hard.
So here is my standing ovation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I felt the same way with Tuesdays with Morrie, so for them also an applause that was more than I gave them.

I just hope that the actors understand the influence they have on their audiences.

Susan

Nov. 1, 2011

7:39 PM

Re-Union was thought-provoking and SO WELL DONE! We enjoyed the play and the talk back very much. It again reminded us of why we love Pacific Theatre and have been annual ticket holders for many years. The quality of material and exceptional performances are what keeping us returning. Every year we buy season tickets for our anniversary present to each other. It gives us a wonderful date together a few times a year, gives us food for thought and great conversation.