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Talking Fringe – Chloé Hung writes and directs All Our Yesterdays at Toronto Fringe 2015

Photo of Chiamaka Umeh and Amanda Weise from All Our Yesterdays by Anthony Saleh

All Our Yesterdays, playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival, tells the story of two fictional sisters, both victims of the 2014 mass abduction of schoolgirls in Nigeria.

Chloé Hung showcases her immense capabilities as a playwright and director, and also gives voice to the voiceless — the mandate of her theatre company, AnOther Theatre Company. Chloé discusses the importance of this story.

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2 Ruby Knockers, 1 Jaded Dick: A Dirk Darrow Investigation (Tim Motley) 2015 Toronto Fringe Review

Tim Motley as Dirk Darrow

2 Ruby Knockers, 1 Jaded Dick: a Dirk Darrow Investigation is a film noir-style detective story cum magic show presented by the Toronto Fringe Festival. The show stars Australian-American comedian Tim Motley, and is based on a story by Dashiell Hammett. Motley effortlessly controls the crowd and brings out some consistent laughs with his quick wit and slight of hand.

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