After our 3rd almost sold-out performance at the 2009 Toronto Fringe, the play is receiving rave reviews.
The Toronto Star:
“This gripping new work by writer/director Frances-Anne Solomon presents us with a classroom of various types rebelling against parental, school and police authority.”
Moody’s Global – by Gillian Moody
“Powerful plays like Lockdown are what we Fringe-aholics crave. Ms Solomon developed her stellar script through a collaborative improvisational process with the entire cast to further refine the ideas she explored in A Winter Tale.”
The More The Merrier – by Donna G
“Please bring some young people with you to see this play. The young cast is incredibly natural, and legendary Jamaican actress Leonie Forbes is at her usual best. ”
We also got “Recommended Viewing” in both the Toronto Star and Scene Changes Online
“Frances-Anne Solomon’s Fringe show Lockdown is one step more for the award winning writer/filmmaker/producer to use storytelling to explore difficult personal experiences.”
There are more performances taking place on:
Monday, July 6: 10:45pm to 12:15am
Tuesday, July 7: 1pm to 2:30pm
Friday, July 10: 4pm to 5:30pm
Sunday, July 12: 8:30pm to 12pm
Venue: George Ignatieff Theatre, Devonshire Place, Toronto.
Look forward to seeing you at the Fringe!
Pennant Media Group