“Romeo & Juliet,” “Orpheus & Eurydice,” and “The Gift Of The Magi” are brought together in this new musical by Andrew Seok. Toronto Fringe Festival presents Unravelled – A New Musical at Grace Toronto Church. With music in the style of “Les Miserables” and interwoven plot akin to “Into The Woods”, these 3 tales are reimagined to create an entirely new and epically romantic story.
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Set to the backdrop of 90s to early 2000s TV shows, Jenna, a multiple amputee, and her two quirky roommates explore themes of stereotyping, tokenism and labeling in today’s society while obsessing over Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Toronto Fringe Festival presents Young and the Limbless at the Robert Gill Theatre.
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Set in the Middle Ages, The Kingdom of Awesome is under attack by a fierce dragon. The King calls on the Great Knights to defeat the dragon, but somehow the job falls on a lonely juggler. Toronto Fringe Festival presents a family-friendly production of Dungee the Dragon & the Just-Okay Juggler at the George Ignatieff Theatre. With light-hearted humour, a sassy dragon puppet, and knife juggling, this story will leave you giggling for more.
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Toronto Fringe Festival presents Boys Don’t Cry at the Robert Gill Theatre. Award-winning young songwriter Mateo Lewis explores his complicated relationship with gender and romance in this semi-autobiographical musical coming-of-age story.
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The most passionate can be the most toxic. The deepest pain can be the sweetest pleasure. Toronto Fringe Festival presents dance theatre investigation i feel you at the Randolph Theatre. It is a beautiful ode to the complexity of human connection.
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If you want an inside look at the zany rehearsal process in the life of a Shakespearean actor, then Shakespeare-mash-up-parody The Peers is a show for you. Toronto Fringe Festival presents The Peers at the Annex Theatre.
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Spice up your life with the Spice Girls of Comedy with a Filipina twist. Toronto Fringe Festival presents a musical sketch comedy spectacle, and crowd favorite, Tita Jokes at the Tarragon Theatre Mainspace. Belinda Corpuz, Isabel Kanaan, Ellie Posadas, Alia Rasul, and Maricris Rivera embody the hilarious family members you wish you had.
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Icarus challenges us to take a glimpse of the ambitious yet reckless nature of humanity. With high-flying lifts and incredible feats of strength, Toronto Fringe Festival presents the contact improv/viewpoints-based production Icarus at the Al Green Theatre.
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If you’re looking for an abstract dance show at the Toronto Fringe Festival that explores the anxieties of young adulthood as a woman, make sure to check out Glimpse at the Factory Theatre Mainspace. It is an elegant exploration of our complex emotions.
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