Hunker down, folks. The Diddlin’ Bibbles Live in Concert by The Diddlin’ Bibbles at the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival are here.
With a name like that, one might expect a night of wholesome southern music, a kind couple in love, glowing with that rustic small-town charm, smiling as they welcome you into their dusty little world of warm sunbeams and a gentle pace, drinking sweet tea on the white wicker porch chairs. Continue reading The Diddlin’ Bibbles Live in Concert (The Diddlin’ Bibbles) 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival Review
As the saying goes, ‘if these walls could talk…’, what would they say? Well, Les murs on des yeux (The Walls Have Eyes) by Le Collectif Les murs ont des yeux playing at the 2017 Toronto Fringe festival explores just that. Five rooms of a house are uniquely personified as they discover together the evidence of domestic violence within their walls. This show is in French with English subtitles. Passionate acting, clear concept, and a very real language barrier made for an interesting experience.
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Show Your Flames is a one-man absurdist comedy show, expressively embodied by Devin Sanclamente playing at the Toronto Fringe . If an easy, relaxing show is what you’re after: look elsewhere. Sanclamente keeps us guessing (and sometimes even confused), but ultimately he uniquely entertains in this theatrical journey of manic precision. Continue reading Show Your Flames (Devin Sanclemente) 2017 Toronto Fringe Review
Lover Lover is an intimate 2-hander dramedy produced by Subverting Something playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival. Charismatic performances and clear storytelling clash with questionable politics to make for a love-hate experience.
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Stunning aerial arts dazzled Toronto audiences at the Queer Pride festivities at Buddies in Bad Times
As part of the Queer Pride Festival at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, BLOWN is a sexy circus show complete with mood lighting, daring costumes, and jaw-dropping aerialist performances, all within an enthusiastic, informal atmosphere.
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