Grade 8 is something we all must suffer through, but with enough time and distance may look back on fondly, as performer Lara MacMillan does in her solo show presented by gypsyWASPproductions, at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival.
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If you’ve ever found yourself exhausted by this whole “standing upright” business, aka life, you will appreciate the message of The Fall, a contemporary dance piece performed by Frog in Hand at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival.
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Full Body Pull is when you pull every muscle in your body at the same time. It’s also a funny one-woman sketch show by Haggard Bitch Productions, playing at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival.
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Who decides the value of art, either artistically or financially? It’s a question that’s been debated for ages, and the characters of The Grass is Greenest at the Houston Astrodome, presented by High Park Productions at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival, spend one drunken late night trying to come up with some answers of their own.
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Classical Guitar Concert, performed by Jonathan Prag, pretty much gives it all away in the title. The show is a 45-minute concert of classical acoustic guitar pieces, and it makes for a nice complement to some of the other Toronto Fringe offerings. Continue reading Classical Guitar Concert (Jonathan Prag) 2014 Toronto Fringe Review
Can you save a life with comedy? That’s the question Theatre Brouhaha asks in the Toronto Fringe Festival production of Kat Sandler’s Punch Up. I’m not sure if any lives were saved on opening night, but there were certainly audience members doing the ugly laugh-cry. This is one hysterical show. Continue reading Punch Up (Theatre Brouhaha) 2014 Toronto Fringe Review
Is it weird that I’m considering having kids purely so I can see more Toronto FringeKids! shows like Rapunzel: the Extension Edition by 3 Little Bears Productions? I need a mini-human so I can have a steady date.
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