Best Picture is a Toronto Fringe Festival 2016 play about movies — specifically, all the movies that have been awarded the honour of Best Picture at the Academy Awards since its inception in 1927.
That makes 88 movies to cover in a mere 60 minutes.
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Tonight I saw
Saor (Free) as part of my Toronto Fringe Festival 2016 experience. This one-woman show examined the often uncertain and awkward nature of, well, functioning as an adult.
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I will remember
For the Record as one of the best parts of the Toronto Fringe Festival 2016 .
How do I know this even though the Festival has just begun? Because it was a one-of-a-kind experience that I will be thinking about for a long time.
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Poster for The Road to Santiago
The Road to Santiago by Rory Ledbetter tonight as the first show of my Toronto Fringe Festival 2016 experience! The Road to Santiago is based on the author’s true story of walking the popular Spanish hiking trail El Camino de Santiago with his then-fiancée Ashley.
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Tonight I had the pleasure of seeing
Adam Bailey is On Fire on the first night of Toronto Fringe Festival 2016.
Adam Bailey, the title character, is the gay son of an evangelical Christian minister. The show is about his life experiences framed by these often discordant circumstances.
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