BINGE – Toronto Fringe 2016 Press Release

“After the death of their lead singer, two band members embark on an Ontario-wide Pub Crawl.”

Luke Pieroni and Joel Edmiston

From press release:

Beer. Music. Hallucinogens. After the death of their lead singer, two band members embark on an Ontario-wide Pub Crawl. Performed concert style with live original music in a functioning bar, BINGE pits self-discovery against self-destruction as two musicians push their livers and their sanities to the breaking point.

Featuring a creative team full of emerging artists ready to make their mark on the Toronto theatre scene: Luke Pieroni (KATA, Theatre Parallax, strangeness and breath, Epigraph Collective) Joel Edmiston (The 10/10/10 Project, Then They Fight Theatre. Cloud Nine, Theatre@York) and Curtis te Brinke (Love Me Forever Billy H Tender, Videofag. The 10/10/10 Project,Then They Fight Theatre.) BINGE marks Epigraph’s first commissioned development of a play, after a year of workshopping with playwright Joel Edmiston. Exhibiting both emerging theatrical and musical talent, BINGE is an immersive theatrical experience where the audience will be welcomed with an opening band of local talent and invited to share a drink along with the cast and crew.



  • Wednesday June 29th, 07:30 pm
  • Thursday June 30th, 07:30 pm
  • Friday July 1st, 07:30 pm
  • Saturday July 2nd, 07:30 pm
  • Sunday July 3rd, 07:30 pm
  • Monday July 4th, 07:30 pm
  • Tuesday July 5th, 07:30 pm
  • Wednesday July 6th, 07:30 pm
  • Thursday July 7th, 07:30 pm
  • Friday July 8th, 07:30 pm
  • Saturday July 9th, 07:30 pm
  • Sunday July 10th, 07:30 pm

Venue: The Round (152 Augusta Ave.)


  • Tickets for all Fringe productions are $10, $12 in advance. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone (416-966-1062, business hours only), in-person from the festival box office located in the parking lot behind Honest Ed’s, (581 Bloor West), or — if any remain — from the venue box office (cash-only), starting one hour before showtime.
  • The festival offers a range of money-saving passes for committed Fringers; see website for details.
  • Be advised that Fringe shows always start exactly on time, and latecomers are never admitted.

Photo: Luke Pieroni and Joel Edmiston. Photographer Andrew Pieroni.