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14 July 2018

Toronto Fringe ’18: Part XXVIII

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Josephine, A Burlesque Cabaret Dream Play (A+) POC can, should, and will tell their stories. I am thrilled they …

11 July 2018

Toronto Fringe ’18: Part XIV

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Andy Warhol Musical: In Rehearsal (A) The fabulous cast of triple threats warm-up and stretch as the audience trickles …

06 July 2018

Toronto Fringe ’18: Part I

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews #KanderAndEbb (A) No stranger to cabarets, Ryan G. Hinds has delighted us over the years with many equally passionate …

09 May 2018

LULU V.7: a Horrifyingly Distant yet Related Past

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Without a doubt, I am a huge fan of non-linear work. I feel it’s more reflective of how our brain’s complex neural pathways actually work. Red Light District and Buddies’ …

17 February 2018

On the Road to Progress

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Two more pieces had their opening at Progress Festival on Valentine’s Day. While they couldn’t be more different, they did share something in common. Dis Merci When it comes to …

09 February 2018

MDLSX: a One-of-a-Kind Journey at Progress

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MDLSX, produced by Italian theatre company Motus, bravely opened the Progress Festival at Toronto’s Theatre Centre. It certainly lives up to the festival’s intentions. Just like Progress brings together theatre …

20 December 2017

Dr. Seuss’s Lorax Comes to Life at the Royal Alex

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Rightfully branded as a family show, The Lorax is a feast for the senses, and enjoyable for adults and children alike. Straight from London’s The Old Vic, this stage adaptation …

29 November 2017

Theatre Penumbra Tackles Challenging Oleanna

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My expectations were high going into Oleanna at Red Sandcastle Theatre. Grace Gordon and James McGowan are extremely accomplished both on stage and on TV. The play tackles very relevant …

20 November 2017

Another Trip Around the Sun, Another Great Solo Show

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I was at the opening night of actor-writer-comedian Daniel Stolfi’s Another Trip Around the Sun at The Bad Dog Theatre. The opening act for the night was improv duo Probably …

07 July 2017

Toronto Fringe ’17: Part I

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Falling Angel (A) An angel (Erica Wood) falls from the sky. In a park. What follows are endless jokes …

23 May 2017

A Successful Contemporary Take on Onegin

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Based on Pushkin and Tchaikovsky’s nineteenth century poem and opera, respectively, with themes including love at first sight, unrequited love, and regret, one might be weary of another attempt to …

16 May 2017

I’m Doing This For You: A Skillful Experience of Attentive Storytelling

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What a delightful pleasure to familiarize myself with the unique performance style of Haley McGee for the first time…

17 November 2016

Agency at The Theatre Centre

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What I loved most about Yell Rebel’s Agency is its originality. I’ve never experienced a story of this sort before. A young women, Hannah (Eva Barrie), shows up at a travel …

14 October 2016

Bad New Days in the Absence of Textual Dialogue

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Bad New Days recently premiered their intriguing double bill Italian Mime Suicide & Three Red Days at The Theatre Centre. Both pieces take on a physical approach to delve in …

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