Georama (written by Jackie Torrens) is about two lifelong friends whose relationship is threatened by a recent discovery of their past. The show is presented by the Toronto Fringe Festival, produced by Invincible Emu and Empty Sea Company, and directed by Arne MacPherson.
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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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The Most Honest Man in the World is a one-man show conceived and performed by Andrew Wade, produced by Spired Theatre, and presented as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival. Wade takes the audience through his personal journey of becoming as emotionally honest a person he can be – all while creating a makeshift polygraph device on stage.
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Celebrated Brazilian dancer Eduardo Fukushima dazzles audiences at the Toronto Luminato Festival
Hailing from Brazil, Eduardo Fukushima brings two of his celebrated solo dance pieces in an hour-long performance with Between Contentions and How to Overcome Great Tiredness?. This double bill of dance is a part of Luminato Festival’s 7 Monologues. Joined together, the two pieces create a series of intriguing contrasts.
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