PRESS and INterviews

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“Although very much an industrious group effort, several individual performances are notable: Antoniou’s intelligently characterized Voltaire… BACKSTAGE.COM

The final major story arc… concerns 18th century poet and philosopher Voltaire (a charismatic Dino Antoniou) and his relationship with scientist and mathematician Emilie du Chatelet (Dorothy Abrahams). The piece is full of humor (particularly its opening scene) while also thoughtfully examining the intersection between faith and science.” THEATERMANIA.COM

“…the pair are so audacious and amusing… Antoniou in particular is delightfully confident and oily. He practically had the audience nibbling out of his hand…” VICTORIA TIMES-COLONIST

“This is a very appealing production. All of the lead players are strong, with Beatrice (Linda Hopkins) and Benedick (Dino Antoniou) well balanced in terms of style and stage presence… Antoniou is also very good, bringing carefully nuanced shades of egotism and self-justification to his role.MONDAY MAGAZINE

“Most skillful with the language were Sheryl Fjellgaard as the stately Leonata and Dino Antoniou and Linda Hopkins relishing the war of words between Beatrice and Benedick. CBC NEWS

“All of the singers are strong and tackled the new score with gusto…particularly Dino Antoniou stood out as a fine actor capable of delivering a believable character through song.CBC NEWS