wedding-singer-reviewIsaac Bell and Ashley Gibson as Robbie and Julia. Photo by Scott Gorman.

It’s funny how everything that we love about the ’80s—big hair, chiffon, a young Adam Sandler—also produces a universal eye-rolling effect when you consider their impact today. But they also carry the sentimental nostalgia of that era, and somehow we can’t get enough of it. And the
Hart House musical production of The Wedding Singer—based on the 1998 movie, starring Sandler at his comedic prime—is a magical vortex where the ’80s exploded and everyone speaks like Pauly D (before we knew who that is).