Reviews - Fringe 2019

Infinite Sequels

By Doreen Nicoll
Published July 29, 2019


Infinite Sequels at the Westdale Theatre was a wonderful note on which to end the Fringe Festival. Poet David Stones regaled his audience with poems of love, ecstasy, longing, joy sorrow, forgiveness and even an annoying racoon who defecated nightly on Stones' fence.

Accompanied by violinist Tom Gannon, Stones' character poignant poems kept the audience captivated for the entire 60 minutes and had them on their feet in appreciation. Let's hope we see more of Stone at future Hamilton Fringe Festivals.

Doreen Nicoll is a feminist and a member of several community organizations working diligently to end poverty, hunger and gendered violence.

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