This year marked the fourth anniversary of one of this city’s younger festivals. The New Classical Theatre Festival, put together by Gravy Bath productions, offered a line-up of five classic and original pieces for Montreal theatergoers to enjoy.
Tony Palermo, one of the company’s three owners, said he’s happy with the response the festival received this year; and he’s sure it will continue to grow to be even “bigger and better” next year.
Gravy Bath staged two shows in rep this year using the same cast of 25 actors for both shows. Gayanashagowa was an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, set in the midst of a conflict over native land. Au-del