Bakersfield Mist produced by ytheatre Collective playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival is raw, unpolished and not for everyone, but at its heart there’s a fiery passion reminiscent of Jackson Pollock, an artist that features centrally throughout the play.
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The Gameplay produced by Young and Crazy Collective playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival explores loneliness, competitiveness and the need for connection during either the saddest or more sinister party ever held.
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Bro Diaries produced by Fish Bar Productions playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival showcases a charming cast and comedic writing that explores the pitfalls of masculinity and modern relationships, culminating in a show with its heart in the right place, but perhaps not the right medium.
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Zee Zee Theatre presents the award winning My Funny Valentine at Buddies in Bad Times in Toronto
Originally from Vancouver, Zee Zee Theatre has brought their award winning play My Funny Valentine to Buddies in Bad Times, providing an intriguing examination of the 2008 murder of Lawrence King.
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Dead and Lovely Collective bring Circles to the Toronto stage
Since I started writing for Mooney on Theatre, one thing I’ve learned is to be excited about graduates from George Brown’s Theatre School. The program has produced some truly talented performers, and with the Dead and Lovely Collective I got to see 12 of them present their original piece Circles in the back room of the
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