Vue Weekly, August , 2004
Deep Fried Curried Perogies
By Jered Stuffco
Canadians pride themselves on being open, liberal-minded people
who harbour no racial stereotypes and welcome everyone with
open arms. After all, we do have a cultural mosaic, right?
Wrong. Despite the serious nature of racism, local writer/performer
Michelle Todd’s pontifications on growing up as a mixed
child in Edmonton are funny and insightful without being too
derisive. Tons of laughs about the ‘80s, inside jokes
about E-town and a great soundtrack make this play a must
for any twenty-something who grew up hanging out on Whyte
or chillin’ at Heritage Days.