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The Little Years

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This is a listing for the 2011 season. For the current 2018 shows click here.

Toronto Sun - John Coulbourne

Triumph of intellect and feeling

The real triumph here is Mighton’s, however, proving yet again it is possible to combine intellect and feeling in a single script. More than 15 years after it premiered in its original incarnation at Theatre Passe Muraille, The Little Years emerges as a thought-provoking and often deeply

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Globe and Mail - J. Kelly Nestruck

If Samuel Beckett tried writing a...

Growing up in the 1950s, Kate has her interest in physics stifled by her teachers and mother before being sent to secretarial school. She’s played as a child by a buoyant Bethany Jillard, then as a calcified adult by a heartbreakingly cold Irene Poole. Mighton’s scripts, with

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A glowing showcase of Mighton’s...

Being a scientist, John Mighton ponders such things as time and space, decay and entropy. Being an artist, [he] concerns himself with human relationships and the way they change over time. [he’s]one of the most original — and often one of the most stimulating — playwrights at work in this

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