For a documentary done by a comedian, Good Hair is neither particularly probing nor funny (even though it has some amusing moments). The subject matter (how Black women do their hair) is mysterious and controversial, but Chris Rock misses the point and goes for the easy jokes. Stereotypes abound, but he's Black, so I guess it's ok.
True Love Lies
Despite the great title, Brad Fraser's latest play left much to be desired in this production at the Factory Theatre. The plot lacked depth and the acting was merely serviceable, giving the script a rushed delivery that only made the dialogue seem even more artificial. Not my favorite of Fraser's scripts.
The exhibit of desiccated real bodies in athletic poses at the