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Jimmy Hogg: A Brief History of Petty Crime (Jimmy Hogg) 2018 Toronto Fringe Review

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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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Review: Life Assignment (Theatre Nidana)

Wayne and Akeena console each other while Hilda speaks to them.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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