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Geoff Dale

Geoff Dale

Born in London, England, Geoff Dale is a veteran Canadian journalist/photographer with experience in a variety of print, radio and online media agencies. His chief areas of interest professionally are entertainment, business, agriculture, politics and human interest stories

Recent Work by Geoff

Hamlet-911 a provocatively, unique theatrical journey

Hamlet-911 a provocatively, unique theatrical journey

Anne-Marie MacDonald’s mercurial Hamlet-911 is a brilliantly fascinating and often unnerving journey between overlapping perceptions of reality and fantasy. Geoff Dale reviews opening night
REVIEW: 1939 a gripping tale of heart and humanity

REVIEW: 1939 a gripping tale of heart and humanity

Rich with textual and visual symbolism, the soul of the production of 1939 is the proud resilience of five young students brought together under unusual circumstances. Geoff Dale reviews opening night at the Stratford Festival
A powerful, movingly poignant adaptation of Soyinka’s masterpiece

A powerful, movingly poignant adaptation of Soyinka’s masterpiece

Our Geoff Dale reviews 'Death and the King’s Horseman', playing until Oct. 29 at the Tom Patterson Theatre
A generous helping of laughter from The Miser

A generous helping of laughter from The Miser

Ranjit Bolt’s modern adaptation of Molière’s classic is a fast-paced delight from start to end. This classic satiric tale focusing on obsession with wealth hasn’t changed much in 353 years, at least for one timelessly greedy tightwad
Toe-tapping good time as Stratford Summer Music wraps up

Toe-tapping good time as Stratford Summer Music wraps up

A delighted crowd of music lovers listened to an entertaining performance from Dan Stacey and Andrew Craig - on the barge - at the final weekend of the 22nd version of Stratford Summer Music.
Stratford Summer Music on the barge

Stratford Summer Music on the barge

Stratford Summer Music barge music for the weekend of August 5-7 is provided by the magnificent group The Imbayakunas from Ecuador. The group aim to share the rich sounds of the Andean regions. The musicians use traditional instruments like pan flutes, rondador, charango, drum, ronrroco and cajas as well as newer instruments like the guitar, violin, bandolin and bass.
REVIEW: Naughty but nice, Every Little Nookie a spicy gem

REVIEW: Naughty but nice, Every Little Nookie a spicy gem

Award-winning playwright Sunny Drake has masterfully created a socially significant work filled with ever-present and audience-appreciated wit and new age charm. Our Geoff Dale reviews opening night.
REVIEW: All’s Well That Ends Well strikes the right notes

REVIEW: All’s Well That Ends Well strikes the right notes

Scott Wentworth directs one of the Bard’s most literate but sadly seldom performed works. Our Geoff Dale reviewed opening night.
REVIEW: Little Women a potent mix of traditional, contemporary

REVIEW: Little Women a potent mix of traditional, contemporary

A careful balance of the melancholy with flashes of joyful exuberance, Little Women could well be the sleeper hit of the Stratford Festival’s 2022 season. Our Geoff Dale reviews
Canada Day celebrations in Stratford bring out the crowds

Canada Day celebrations in Stratford bring out the crowds

Our Geoff Dale captured the enjoyment, happiness and national pride as Canada Day celebrations took place in Sratford and throughout the country on Friday.