Behind Closed Doors presented by Red Pants Productions as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival is a very well intentioned but perhaps over ambitious piece by Adam Bryan. Continue reading Behind Closed Doors (Red Pants Productions) 2014 Toronto Fringe Review
Martin Dockery returns with his latest show, very aptly named The Dark Fantastic. In a macabre twist, he has steered away from his usual one man autobiography, and has served up a unique and mysterious tale of the unexpected.
Dreams of Summer’s End, playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival, is a four hander that is made up of scenes, flashbacks and monologues which address the fraught subject of the difficulty in relationships between women and men. Continue reading Dreams of Summer’s End (The Dying Picture) 2014 Toronto Fringe Review
I was thrilled to see Tracey Erin Smith from Soulo Theatre at long last as her reputation as the Queen of one woman shows goes before her and I was definitely not disappointed. In her new Toronto Fringe Festival show, Memento Mori, she has expanded her repertoire to include talented musicians, masked and mysterious dancers, carefully crafted art pieces and compelling storytelling.
You Rung? Productions present Mr and Mrs Alexander: Sideshows and Psychics for your delectation and amazement. Part of this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival, the delightful duo served up a show full of fun, trickery and surprises. Continue reading Mr and Mrs Alexander: Sideshows and Psychics (You Rung? Productions) 2014 Toronto Fringe Review