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Reviews

“Credit the director, Jen Shuber, for exploring every nuance of this piece. She brilliantly establishes time and place with each scene. As all the elements fall so quickly and seamlessly into place you find yourself involved, moved and genuinely caring for these two young lovers. This is the best production of The Last Five Years that I have ever seen.”

Mark Andrew Lawrence, Front Row Centre (The Last Five Years, Angelwalk)

“A damned impressive piece of work that demands your attention, your respect and your
attendance.”

Richard Ouzounian, The Toronto Star (On The Rocks, TPM)

“Shuber shattered my expectations filling the stage with action of all kinds… I was blown out of the water by the talent of everyone involved in Princess of The Tower.”

Colin Darling, Mooney on Theatre (Princess of the Tower, Goldenberg Productions)

““NNNN”, Critic’s Pick NOW Magazine”

Now Magazine (Visiting Mr. Green, HGJT)

“The play is expertly directed by Jen Shuber”

James Karas, Reviews and Views (Visiting Mr. Green, HGJT)

“Enriched at every turn by associate director and choreographer Jen Shuber and the musical direction of Diane Leah. Thanks to them, this particular jewel has a lovely setting that shows off its simple sparkle at every turn. Rest assured this is one year you and your child, if you have one, or even if you rent one will likely remember forever.”

John Coulbourn, The Toronto Sun (A Year With Frog and Toad, YPT)

“A sparkling musical version of the Roald Dahl classic James and the Giant Peach.” 4 Stars!

Robert Crew, Toronto Star (James and the Giant Peach, YPT)

“Under MacInnis and Shuber (the latter also choreographed), the engaging production zips
along…this staging of Jacob Two-Two is inspiring for young viewers, they could not have found a better crown jewel for their 50th season”

Mike Anderson, Mooney On Theatre (Jacob Two Two Meets The Hooded Fang, YPT)

I like the way she has directed both Theodore Bikel as Mr. Green and Aidan deSalaiz as Ross. There is a growing intimacy between the two because of her direction; a gentleness.

Lynn Slotkin, The Slotkin Letter (Visiting Mr. Green, HGJT)

It may or may not be easy being green, but the results are certainly good to watch. A show that hinges on, and illustrates, the turn of the seasons connects to the roots of storytelling.

Robert Cushman, The National Post (A Year with Frog and Toad, YPT)

“Enchanting kidsfest musical is so good it deserves a life beyond the Fringe… Director Jen Shuber understands the transformational power of children’s imaginations where men can be women, women can be men and both can be horses or sheep simply by saying so.”

Christopher Hoile, NOW Magazine (Princess of the Tower, Goldenberg Productions)

“Smart direction and wonderful performances. Bravo.”

Lynn Slotkin, The Slotkin Letter (The Last Five Years, Angelwalk)

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