I love So You Think You Can Dance. There’s my confession for the day. I love the combination of movement and expression with passion, commitment, heart (and I’m starting to sound like Mary Murphy, but there will be no hot tamales in this review) that creates dance. I love expression through dance, so when I read about The 5th Element dance performance; I had to experience it for myself. Continue reading The 5th Element (Catalyst) 2011 Toronto Fringe Review
Once upon a time, that girl Cinderella married the Prince, shacked up with him in his big castle while owning a series of other houses out in the country, employed a massive staff that included dress-makers, hairstylists, makeup artists, masseuses, plastic surgeons, cooks, and drivers – and left her two stepsisters and stepmother in the dust. And then what happened?
Ivana Matuzovic explores what lies in Happily Ever After for both Cinderella and her stepfamily in Cinderella Afterparty, an innovative spoken word and movement performance directed by Andreja Kovac.
Continue reading Cinderella Afterparty (Poetry in Motion) 2011 Toronto Fringe Review
The Mistress’ Boyfriend is a provocative story of sex games, murder, deceit and mayhem in a dark melodramatic comedy playing at the Theatre Passe Muraille. A bible publisher (DeeJay Dayton) has an affair with an anarchist hooker (Amanda Petryschuk) while her ex-con boyfriend (Oliver Georgiou) is sleeping with the publisher’s thrill-seeking wife (Mandy May Cheetham). One uses the other while betraying someone else. Continue reading The Mistress’ Boyfriend (presented by Quondam Dreams) 2011 Toronto Fringe Reviews
What happens when a meteor the exact size and shape of Hamilton crash lands into Hamilton? You call on the many celebrities that love the city (for their ability to film there for cheap) to help with a telethon. And Brian Froud.
Brian Froud is a one man comedic machine. With a background in voice acting and a love for his Hamilton hometown, he’s created a show that allows him (just him) to mimic and mock all those celebrities you love to love or love to hate. Continue reading Brian Froud’s One Man Celebrity Disaster Relief Charity Benefit Awareness Telethon…Show (Brian Froud Productions) 2011 Toronto Fringe Review
Mark Sepic’s O. C. D. is one man, Mark, on a small and intimate stage surrounded by a mismatched array of made, found, and fixed instruments, wires, pedals and his laptop hooked up to a projector. He plays for a small crowd – the focus being his OCD, Obsessive Creative Disorder, and the results of such a disorder. You are in for an hour of quirky and fun music. Continue reading Mark Sepic’s O.C.D. (Obsessive Creative Disorder) 2011 Toronto Fringe Review