The Creation Coffin‘s production of HEXEN at the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival is everything it promises to be and more. Indeed, if you like blood, witches, socialism and classic rock — or even if you don’t — it’s worth a watch. The show’s combination of soft percussion, smokey-voiced singing, and fierce physicality are sure to lure you into a dream-like trance. This is a play that is fraught with ritual and executed with ease and grace.
ECM Theatre’s production of Nourishment is a must-see at this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival. It’s a wonderfully conversational and inviting experience into the many strengths and frustrations of what it means to be a female in 2017. You should go, especially if you’re tired of talking about feminism. Continue reading Nourishment (ECM Theatre) 2017 Toronto Fringe Review