Katherine Ferns is in Stitches is a raunchy, raw, and rare blend of brutal trauma and gut-busting comedy. Fusing drama and stand-up in a beautifully twisted concoction, it is currently playing at Factory Theatre as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival.
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Strange, fun, and borderline whimsical, 25 draws audiences into a whirlwind of personas and emotion while using an intelligent blend of props and costumes to fill an intriguing 45 minutes. Produced by 1919paris, 25 is playing at Robert Gill Theatre until July 14th as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival.
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Endearing and childlike, Jimmy Hogg grips the audience and brings them down his zany, tangential rabbit hole of childhood stories and misdemeanors. Energetic to the point of falling off-balance, Jimmy Hogg: A Brief History of Petty Crime is playing at the Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival.
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Touching, unique, and sincere, Climb uses movement, dance, and acting to bring a lively and emotive original album to life onstage. Climb is playing at St. Stephen’s Community House as part of the
Toronto Fringe Festival.
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Theatre Nidana brings a unique take on the concept of free will to Toronto audiences
While not immediately compelling, David Polera’s Life Assignment has a complex and intriguing plot that draws the audience in to deliver a revealing, dialectical perspective on free will and society. Presented by Theatre Nidana as their debut production, Life Assignment is playing at the Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace until June 24.
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