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The Season at Stratford

12 shows
99 reviews

Good, evil, and what lies in between

“…playwright Erin Shields managed to infuse enough levity and humour into her work to keep the audience laughing as we considered the very nature of what is good, what is evil, and what lies in between.

Of course, much of that humour comes from Satan herself, as she coyly shares instances of dramatic irony with the audience. Seemingly, she is the only character who knows of the fourth wall’s existence, playfully breaking it down and building it up again and again.”

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