Luke Elisio

Luke Elisio

Luke is a freelance journalist currently living and working in downtown Toronto. He has a love and passion for the performing arts and is always eager to experience new forms of art. When he’s not watching a marathon of old movies or rehearsing his karaoke skills, he is out working to become a top journalist and reviewer in the field of entertainment journalism. He is dedicated to his work and strives to deliver the most informative, honest, comprehensive reviews and articles that he can. 




MOST POPULAR ARTICLES
BWW Review: COMEDY AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Proves Hilarity is Bilingual
February 19, 2020

In several comedy clubs around the city, audiences would be quick to turn on a comedian once the material starts to bring race and immigration into the mix. However, when you have six talented comedians, all of whom are immigrant themselves telling the jokes, immigration suddenly becomes a major source of laughter.

BWW Review: WORKING CLASS DINNER PARTY is Worthy of An RSVP
February 19, 2020

Scottee is working class. Is he ashamed? No, he absolutely isn't. Does he wish to engage in thought-provoking discussions with as many fellow members of the working class as he can? Yes, he absolutely does. Welcome to the WORKING CLASS DINNER PARTY.

BWW Review: THIS WORLD MADE ITSELF & INFINITELY YOURS Captivates at Progress Festival
February 19, 2020

It's definitely a cliché, but the adage 'sometimes less is more,' holds true. Especially when it comes to performance art pieces like THIS WORLD MADE ITSELF & INFINITELY YOURS. This is a moving and innovative piece that is sure to capture the hearts and minds of whoever sees it.

BWW Review: LESSONS IN FORGETTING Fails to Stick in Audience's Memory
February 19, 2020

As a frequent theatre-goer, there are certain shows you look back on and go, 'wow, I really sat through that?' Unfortunately, LESSONS IN FORGETTING is one of those shows.

BWW Review: THE GHOST PROJECT is Spook-tacular Storytelling
February 19, 2020

Have you ever seen a figure that no one else could see? Have you ever heard a voice that no one else could hear? Have you ever felt a presence that no one else could feel? If so, or if you simply believe that ghosts walk among us, THE GHOST PROJECT is the show for you.

BWW Review: THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL Is One Adventure You Don't Want To Miss
February 19, 2020

If a production is successful, it will draw you into the world it has created and for a while, allow you to lose yourself in the story unfolding on stage. With just a few well-placed set pieces, convincing costumes and powerful performances, it can be done. THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL, now playing at the Alumnae Theatre, pulls it off wonderfully. Though the runtime was over two hours, it only took a few minutes for me to find myself drawn in and on my way to Bountiful.