Smart, funny, moving, and integrated, Laura Anne Harris takes her audience to Syracuse, New York in Destiny, USA by Convention Productions playing at the Streetcar Crowsnest Scotiabank Studio as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival. In Destiny, a city boasting one of the country’s largest malls, Harris navigates her new job as a relay telephone operator for deaf and hearing-impaired individuals even she struggles with a looming personal tragedy. Continue reading Destiny, USA (Convection Productions) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review
Pea Green Theatre Group revisits sure ground in Three Men on a Bike, currently playing at the Tarragon Theatre Mainspace as part of the 2019 Toronto Fringe Festival. The show is a fast-paced, witty, fourth-wall breaking repartee adapted from the travel writings of Jerome K. Jerome (adapted for the stage by Mark Brownell).
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A new play by Rouvan Silogix taking on white supremacy in Canada is now on stage in Toronto
I want to say that Blood + Soil by Theatre ARTaud playing at Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace is one of my favourite plays I’ve seen this year. The mixture of absurdity, pointed commentary, and stellar performances makes for an unforgettable evening. It also makes for a show with intense imagery, uncomfortable truths, and questions of innocence.
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