Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed and Breakfast
In Niagara-on-the-Lake
 
 
 



Recent blog posts


Syndicate
Syndicate content


 
Shaw Festival 2006 Comments, Reviews-The Invisible Man
  steve  2006-06-23 13:16   The Invisible Man is an adaption of the H. G. Wells classic story. The Shaw brochure writes; "the ultimate cautionary tale...promises to deliver al the suspense and adventure of the original story of Griffin, the man of science who discovers the secret to becoming invisible."

Will you like this play? Professional reviews are available online and in the media once the show is officially open. However, in our experience, many critics often write reviews that do not match at all with the reaction of our guests.

So, for a more candid reaction, we are asking for comments and reviews from the people who visit us! Jane and I go to all the plays and we will post as soon as we have attended. You too can post your overall rating about the play on a scale of 0 to 4 stars, along with any comments you may have.

Visit the The Invisible Man Shaw page for information and the play schedule.
Invisible Man is an interesting juxtaposition
s  2  & While the special effects were excellent and worth going to see, in this digital age we have seen so much that nothing surprises us anymore. So we came away thinking of how far we have advanced technically. The adaption was solid, but it is difficult to make a play from one concept. You certainly are reminded that you shouldn't fool with "Mother Nature"! All in all, we gave it 2.5 out of 4.

Made me invisible
M  2  & Well staged, well acted. Not well written - no real character development. I left after the first act.