F*cking Perfect (produced by Chocolatekiss Collective) is a stunning physical theatre piece that explores the female spirit. The cast dives deep into their greatest insecurities and lays them all out for the audience, without a second of hesitation.
In a nutshell, The Joy Of Sax is a comedic play that follows Luke (Cam Parkes), an aspiring saxophone player, as he chases his dream to become a famous musician. Mentored by real estate agent named Danny Dick, he becomes an instant sensation when the public finds out about the euphoric powers his saxophone contains.
Join Yaw Attuah in Rhymes With Wow (YX Productions) as he guides you through a journey of the iconic friendships in his life, starting with that time his mother threw a shoe at him because he was fighting with his siblings in the basement (his first friendship) all the way to that time he got unexpectedly burned by a childhood friend.
Tinder On The Toilet And Other Bad Ideas, produced by NOTORIOUS and playing at Toronto Fringe is what you get when you mash together a sketch comedy show with a rap concert. The rhyming is sick, the beats are tight and the jokes are totally “off the chain” hilarious.
Compulsion, written by Scott White and produced by Fenton & White, is a dark contemporary musical following six people whose lives end up intertwining in a hospital room. For me, it was everything a musical should be.
We’ll Be Better Tomorrow is a high octane, unabashedly hilarious sketch show with a powerful message produced by You Don’t Know Us, but we do know “us”, it’s Toronto’s Second City veterans Stacey McGunnigle and Jason DeRosse.
AvengerDale “in a league of it’s own” on the Toronto stage
Players is a not-for-profit theatre company specializing in TV/movie mashup-inspired theatre that’s been in Toronto since 2004. I can’t believe I’ve been living in Toronto for 6 years now and have never been to a Players show.
Part 2 of this hilarious dramedy is “relatable”, and “nuanced”, at the Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto
The Catelli’s are back in black, white and red in the second part of The Theatre Circuit‘s three-part made-for-the-stage dramedy series: Inch of Your Life. I had the pleasure of reviewing the “pilot episode” and have recently been blessed with a second pair of tickets to Episode 2/The Middle Part.