Actress. Feminist. Funny at the worst times possible. Pickle enthusiast. Thoroughly loves it when the beat drops.
Stephanie has 18 posts:
Steph count downs her Top 5 favourite episodes of Big Mouth in anticipation of season 3’s release next month.
Toronto based Echo Productions spoke to Stephanie about bring their play Context to St. John’s.
Stephanie reviews The Lady of the Falls which will be touring the province throughout the spring.
Stephanie gives a behind the scenes, first hand testimony of what it is like to take part in The Vagina Monologues which are happening at the LSPU Hall February 15, 16, and 17.
Season two of the CBC Arts docuseries, Canada’s A Drag debuts online this week, and features production from a Newfoundland filmmaker and stars a drag queen from the Rock. (All photos by Maddie Mills Photo)
Stephanie takes a break from local reviews (and getting reviewed herself) to give her thoughts on Bohemian Rhapsody).
Stephanie reviews the Memorial University diploma in Stage and Screen Technique play, Goodnight Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet.
Evelyn Jess is at the forefront of the local LGBTQ+ music scene and she chatted with The Racket about the Ghouls Night Out show and her hopes for LGBTQ+ artists in Newfoundland.
Stephanie is still feeling The Stars Are Always Brighter When The Lights Go Out and gives a detailed review of the Best Kind Productions show.
Let’s do the Time Warp again! All Hallows’ Week continues at The Racket as Steph goes into detail about what it takes to put off a shadow cast, what exactly a shadow cast is and much more! (Thumbnail borrowed from The Linda).
Valhalla Tavern is now Treble Lounge, but they still stand by their motto of “be excellent to each other”. The Racket chats with co-owner Chris Carter about how this bar for metalheads ended up becoming a home for drag shows and the LGBTQ+ community
Newfoundland takes on American politics in this homegrown musical. Stephanie Curran reviews. (Photo credit Carol Ann Ryan).
A review of Black Comedy, playing at the Barbara Barrett Theatre, October 3 - 6, 2018 at 8:00 PM. (Pictured left to right Zac Cross, Elizabeth Hicks, Sabrina Roberts, Michael Nolan, Andrew Halliday, Chris Panting, Tim Murray.)