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11 December 2017

Pencil Kit Presents The Hungriest Woman in the World

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Pencil Kit Productions’ The Hungriest Woman in the World is certainly an interesting show. It bills itself as a ‘sexy and elliptical new play’ by Canadian poet and playwright Shannon …

18 October 2017

The Adventures of Tom Shadow

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Theatre Lab’s new musical comedy, currently onstage at the Factory Studio Theatre, can be summarized in one word: clever. The title- The Adventures of Tom Shadow- suggests a Peter Pan-type protagonist and a …

13 July 2017

Toronto Fringe ’17: Part XIV

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Delirium (A) Martin Dockery’s storytelling style is almost manic; he speaks a mile a minute and moves about the …

11 July 2017

Toronto Fringe ’17: Must-See

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Macbeth Muet (A+) Every day during the Fringe, I get asked the same question about ten times- “what’s the …

09 July 2017

Toronto Fringe ’17: Part IV

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Lysistrata (A-) I’m not much for crowds, so when Fringe starts I’m always a little anxious about all the …

08 July 2017

Toronto Fringe ’17: Part III

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Bendy Sign Tavern (A-) This site-specific puppet rom-com from Fringe favourites Sex T-Rex is a lovely departure from their …

08 July 2017

Toronto Fringe ’17: Part II

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Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Show Your Flames (A) I have no idea what this show was. A combination of performance art, comedy, lip …

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 …

20 February 2017

On Stage in TO: Tough Stuff

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Blue Remembered Hills (Good Old Neon) This dark, unpleasant, uncompromisingly strange piece of physical theatre is born out of a British teleplay in which a group of children play and …

14 October 2016

Bad New Days in the Absence of Textual Dialogue

By // Theatre (Toronto)

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 …

09 September 2016

Belarus Free Theatre’s Burning Doors

By // Theatre (London)

‘The Pussy Riot performances cannot be reduced just to subversive provocations. Beneath the dynamics of their acts, there is the inner stability of a firm ethico-political attitude. In some deeper …

09 August 2016

Camden Fringe ’16: Part II

By // Theatre (London)

Quiche Dinner parties rarely go as planned onstage. Quiche tells the story of John and Jenny who are having Jo and Jake over for a quiet night in. But John has other …

06 August 2016

Camden Fringe ’16: Part I

By // Theatre (London)

Ya’akobi and Leidental  It starts out light, but ends on a rather depressing note. Ya’akobi, played by Daryl Green, is sick and tired of living a quaint life with his …

08 July 2016

Toronto Fringe ’16: Part XXII

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Weird: The Witches of Macbeth (A) Absolutely exquisite and mind blowing in its execution, Weird is the story of …

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