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21 October 2015

They Say He Fell: Examination vs. Rumination

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They Say He Fell is a fascinating experiment, both aesthetically and narratively. Based on the stories of Toronto-based photographer Nir Baraket (who unfortunately passed away earlier this year), the play …

17 July 2015

Toronto Fringe ’15: Part XXIII

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Click Here for the Full List of our 2015 Toronto Fringe Reviews. Let’s Start a Country! (B+) This show is a fun, interactive piece in which Gerard Harris and Al …

14 July 2015

Toronto Fringe ’15: Part XXI

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Click Here for the Full List of our 2015 Toronto Fringe Reviews. In Case We Disappear (A) Disclosure: I first met and saw Vanessa Smythe perform at an event at …

07 July 2015

Toronto Fringe ’15: Part X

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Click Here for the Full List of our 2015 Toronto Fringe Reviews All Our Yesterdays (A) Based on the true events of the kidnapping of 276 girls by Boko Haram …

05 July 2015

Toronto Fringe ’15: Part V

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Click Here for the Full List of our 2015 Toronto Fringe Reviews The Weaker Vessels: Public Displays of Narcissism (A-) The Weaker Vessels offer everything you could want from a …

07 June 2014

CanStage’s Intermission

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Canadian Stage’s Intermission is a new immersive event series inspired by the current programming of the company. Vol. I drew on Robert Lepage’s hit from last season, Needles and Opium, …

05 June 2014

Why I Decided to Write a 1-Person Show for the Fringe

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I am an actor. Since graduating from theatre school almost four years ago, I have also become (in order and to greater or lesser degrees) an acting coach, a director, …

27 March 2014

Sea Sick at The Theatre Centre

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Created by journalist Alanna Mitchell, Artistic Director Franco Boni, and Artistic Director in Residence Ravi Jain, Sea Sick is based on Mitchell’s book (Sea Sick: The Global Ocean in Crisis) and …

13 February 2014

Encore Entertainment Presents The Children’s Hour

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The Children’s Hour is a Crucible-like story about the devastating effects of an angry young woman’s lives on those around her. In this 1934 drama, it is her two schoolmistresses Karen …

18 December 2013

Repetitive Strain Injury

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Rob van Meenen’s Repetitive Strain Injury chronicles the meeting and relationships of five young(ish) strangers. In Act One, Julie and David are preparing for their wedding. David’s best man and womanizer …

23 November 2013

Producing Theatre: Life Beyond the Facebook Event

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Okay, everybody, I have something to say and to be honest, I am a little nervous about it. I am a member of the independent theatre community in Toronto and …

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