There’s still a few days left to check out the 2019 Toronto Fringe Festival! If you want to make the most out of your theatre-going this week, here’s a look at a few rave reviews.
These are shows that blew our writers’ minds, got them talking, kept them enthralled, stuck with them, and made their editor write a list of exciting descriptive actions.
While we always encourage audiences to take risks at Fringe, here are some sharp picks that especially paid off for our team:
Continue reading July 12 Rave Roundup for the 2019 Toronto Fringe
Plum Crazy is a modern-day whodunnit performing at Streetcar Crowsnest Mainspace. While I wished for more out of this Toronto Fringe show, the team have a solid foundation to work with and there’s room for this show to evolve.
Continue reading Plum Crazy (Haven Theatre) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review
Is Astrology actually reliable? Does the alignment of planets and stars at your birth really effect your personality? And just what the heck does Mercury in Retrograde actually mean? The Astrology Play raises these questions and more at Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace, as part of the Toronto Fringe 2019.
Continue reading The Astrology Play (astro theatre co.) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review
the princess is the pauper is a natural fit for the ornate interior of the St. Vladimir Institute‘s theatre. Onstage with Toronto Fringe 2019, we step into a fable that recounts the hard realities that follow a seemingly-heroic rebellion.
Continue reading the princess is the pauper (tant pis productions) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review
Fuckboys the Musical rings in the Toronto Fringe Festival on a high note. A loud, hilarious, literally high-on-ecstacy note in 4-part harmony. Blowing up the stage at Streetcar Crowsnest Mainspace, this show by Generation Productions is a punchy girls-night-out for anyone who’s been down the bumpy road that is modern friendships and dating.
Continue reading Fuckboys the Musical (Generation Productions) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review