Inside Albert’s Head (Of Course a Horse), playing at this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival, follows Albert Herz, an elderly New York City electrician, as he talks about the different situations and people he’s come across in his everyday life. This one man show is written by and features David Ackerman, who’s previous work includes the play Lost and Found which appeared in the Toronto Fringe in 2008.
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2 Man No-Show: Frozens (Zoot Zoot Productions) features Toronto Fringe veterans Isaac Kessler and Ken Hall. A last minute addition to this year’s festival, 2 Man No-Show: Frozens is a fully improvised affair this time around. Truth be told, I’m not exactly sure what I ended up watching. I have no idea what the theme of this show was and the improv wasn’t all that great. In fact, this show would probably land in the top 5 of the most ridiculous things I’ve ever seen. And I absolutely loved it.
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James Alan’s stage magic leaves Toronto audiences stunned, at the Wychwood Theatre
“How did he do that?” I asked myself this countless times during James Alan: The Uncertainty Project which is currently playing at the Wychwood Theatre. The show, written by Alan and directed by James Biss, is one full of magic and illusion that is both impressive and entertaining.
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