Kelly Bedard

Click Here to read the rest of our reviews from Toronto Fringe 2023.    Constellation Prize (A-) The premise of this astrological musical sounds a little goofy but Alessandra Ferreri & Steven Suepaul’s incredibly strong book infuses genuine tension and honest emotion into the story of the twelve astrological signs fighting for their status after an application […]

  Kelly Bedard

Click Here to read the rest of our reviews from Toronto Fringe 2023.    Fatal Charade (A) The best show I’ve reviewed so far this Fringe, this dark comedy about a criminal sentenced to death by theatre in Ancient Rome balances a compelling dramatic premise with bright humour and well-defined character arcs. Reflected in Leslie Rennie’s […]

  Dom Harvey

Click Here to read the rest of our reviews from Toronto Fringe 2023.    The Family Crow: A Murder Mystery (A) Adam Francis Proulx and The Pucking Fuppet Co. have spread their wings for a pun-drenched whodunnit that stands out as a clever and entertaining highlight of this year’s Fringe. The central figure in this saga […]

  Mark Kreder

Click Here to read the rest of our reviews from Toronto Fringe 2023.    Aliya Kanani: Where You From From (A-) Trying to describe Aliya Kanani to a perspective audience member is a fun challenge. The first word that springs to mind is chaotic (in the best way). Once she takes over the stage, she […]

  Kelly Bedard

Click Here to read the rest of our reviews from Toronto Fringe 2023.    Corporate Finch (A) A moody, twisty drama from playwright Taylor Marie Graham that plays beautifully with space, light, and sound, Corporate Finch was the highlight of our first day at Fringe. It’s as moving as it is scary, anchored by two […]

  MyEntWorld Staff

Three of our writers reviewed 70 Toronto Fringe productions in eight days. Click the links below to read our thoughts.   Frankenstein(esque) (A) Hullaboo And The End of Everything (A) Amor de Cosmos (A) Morning After (A) Fatal Charade (A) Corporate Finch (A) Good Old Days (A) Our Little Secret: The 23&Me Musical (A) The Family Crow: A Murder Mystery (A) The […]

  Kelly Bedard

The Toronto Fringe Festival runs July 5-16 at locations throughout the city.   We’ll be on site reviewing as much as we possibly can so be sure to bookmark our Fringe Homepage to read all our reviews as they’re published.   In the meantime, we asked the artists to send us their best show pitch for […]

  Kelly Bedard

Presented for just four days at the versatile and dance-friendly Crows Guloien Theatre, X (Dix) is a robust and balanced showcase for five dancers of varied stylistic backgrounds who come together as a cohesive ensemble each with their own moment in designer Simon Rossiter’s inventive, geometric light. Rossiter’s work pairs with Son Lux’s music to […]