Lungs

A bare stage, with a man and woman having a conversation.

lungs.252x408“Is it ethical to have a child when you’re a car driving, plastic bag using, aerosol spraying avocado importing person?” That’s the question at the heart of the new play, Lungs, at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto. Duncan Macmillan’s motor-mouth script and two great actors, Lesley Faulkner and Brendan Gall, are all you get. But that is more than enough. And the scene changes are genius.

This week’s Frandoms are by Ian Mackenzie, ACD at Tribal Worldwide.