Up and Atom.
The Globe is chock-a-block of theatre coverage today. Simon Houpt has an excellent profile of Des McAnuff, the last man standing at Stratford, and I've got some thoughts on the festival's future to go with it.
Then, on the next page, I get to say something nice about a new play: 3.5 stars out of 4 for Invisible Atom, Anthony Black's super solo show at the fidget-inducing Theatre Passe Muraille backspace.
Meanwhile, in the Post, Robert Cushman watches Last Days of Graceland and makes an assertion: "This has not been a good season for new Canadian drama." I'd have to agree based on what I've seen so far, but what did I miss in January and the first half of February while I was in London? You tell me.