Sarah O'Connor

Writer – Playwright – Cannot Save You From The Robot Apocalypse

On Saturday I went with my sister and her boyfriend to the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto to see the musical Dear Evan Hansen. I first heard about the musical two years ago when it made a buzz at the 2017 Tony Awards winning Best Musical, Best Original Score and a number of other awards. It follows seventeen-year-old …

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I’ve mentioned before that my family is one that loves theatre and how we try to see a production at least once a year, but usually more. We already saw The Phantom of the Opera in Toronto earlier this year, and our next big musical was The Rocky Horror Show at Stratford. I can’t remember when we found out …

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On Saturday I went to Toronto with my dad and sister to see Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera at the Princess of Wales theatre in Toronto.  I can’t remember when we decided to see it, only that Mirvish called us to tell us the shows coming for the upcoming year and my sister got excited …

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The Tony Awards are the only award shows I really care about. Sure, I watch the Oscars and have learned to appreciate them in the years I’ve started watching them, but the Tony’s are nothing compared to them. For those who don’t know what the Tony Award’s are, they’re an annual awards show that celebrates …

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This weekend was the HamilTEN Festival in my city. It’s a festival I’ve talked about a bit on here because my ten minute play A Spell for Schoolgirls was accepted into it and I was super pumped/anxious for it. Well, this past Friday, Saturday, and Sunday were our show days, it came and went so quickly, and …

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