Into The Tango by Pointe Tango is playing at Randolph Theatre at the Toronto Fringe Festival. I’ve never heard of pointe tango, I’ve never seen pointe tango, but apparently tango on pointe is a thing. Pointe Tango, based in Argentina, is the only dance company in the world that performs tango with pointe shoes and hey, it’s pretty cool! Continue reading Into The Tango (Pointe Tango) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review →
I Christopher (Quietus Productions) follows the trials and tribulations of a man on the autism spectrum — Christopher — who just wants to fit in and find a job. It features actor and playwright Claudio Tamburri and is playing at Al Green Theatre at the Toronto Fringe Festival. Continue reading I Christopher (Quietus Productions) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review →
Interrupted, is a new work of dance presented and choreographed by Robyn Bedford (RNB Productions), in collaboration with the dancers and is playing at Al Green Theatre at the Toronto Fringe Festival. It definitely “interrupted” my fringing this year in the best possible way. The piece explores the interrupting thoughts and emotions that are often kept hidden from others and that can inform our decisions, actions and reactions. Robyn Bedford (choreographer) utilizes emotionally driven contemporary technique combined with urban movement and sets the tone for a truly exciting show.
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Searching For Marceau, is a one man-show featuring Trevor Copp, produced by Tottering Biped Theatre and currently playing at the Tarragon Theatre as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival.
If you’ve ever wondered what’s behind those walls mimes seem to always be putting up, well now’s your chance. Searching for Marceau goes behind the stripes (so to speak), and reveals the inner workings of Trevor Copp, a mime who has studied under the famous Marcel Marceau and has performed internationally. Continue reading Searching For Marceau (Tottering Biped Theatre) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review →
The sci-fi/fantasy Ghosted: The Musical, playing at Randolph Theatre at the Toronto Fringe Festival, follows a realist (Zohra) and an idealist (Summer) who are trying to navigate the harsh world of internet dating and dun dun dun….ghosting. What they don’t realize is that fairy demons are actually controlling their every move. Continue reading Ghosted: The Musical (A.L.P.) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review →