Moonlodge Reviews

“[Kane’s] play, like a great sculp­ture, was a tes­ta­ment to how we can mould pain into beau­ty.” Alex Bus­tos, The Char­la­tan (Car­leton University) 

“[Kane] cre­ates vivid images that linger in the mind.” Chris Bak­er, Ottawa X Press 

“The suc­cess of this rel­a­tive­ly sim­ple sto­ry is Kane’s will­ing­ness to poke fun at every­one, as well as her abil­i­ty to cre­ate won­der­ful­ly rec­og­niz­able char­ac­ters.” Eve Edmonds, The Ottawa Sun 

“Dancer, singer and mes­mer­iz­ing sto­ry­teller Mar­go Kane has the unerr­ing abil­i­ty to hold an audi­ence in the palm of her hand.” Jan­ice Kennedy, The Ottawa Citizen 

“With noth­ing but a drum and suit­case for props, she weaves a spell that draws us all in, Natives and non-Natives togeth­er.” Jane Emson, The Kam­loops Dai­ly News 

“The colours of the piece are shad­ed so del­i­cate­ly between com­e­dy and poignance — and they play across Kane’s par­tic­u­lar­ly expres­sive face like north­ern lights.” Liz Nicholls, Edmon­ton Journal 

“Kane’s sto­ry­telling is innate­ly the­atri­cal, her superb phys­i­cal­i­sa­tion of events and the colour­ful char­ac­ters she meets on her jour­ney plac­ing this pro­duc­tion in the very top ech­e­lon of the solo-per­former for­mat. The 90 minute show has heart, charm and finesse, along­side a truth that cuts deep.” Fes­ti­val of the Dreaming