Category Archive: Toronto Fringe

Toronto Fringe 2014

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It’s always next to impossible for me to go back to real life after the frenzy of Montreal FRINGE, which is why I absconded to this year’s edition of the Toronto Fringe at… Continue reading

Toronto Fringe 2013: Everything I Need, Give Up the Ghost and The Very Very Girl

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First of all, I have to give shout out to The Night Kitchen’s Radio: 30 which was performed and written by the very talented Chris Earle. I wish broken legs and continued success… Continue reading

Toronto Fringe 2013: Twisted Beats and Circus Feats, The Final Trick of a Shoddy Magician, This Prison and The Truth About Comets

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TWISTED BEATS AND CIRCUS FEATS In this hip-hop-inspired circus show, a rapping Australian clown delights the audience with a plethora of impressive tricks and silly musical interludes as he strives to dazzle, impress… Continue reading

Toronto Fringe 2013: Don’t Splash Shelley Rae, Fort Isabel and Spoon

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DON’T SPLASH SHELLEY RAE From Vertebrae, Undone comes Don’t Splash Shelley Rae, an alley play that offers audiences the unique chance to converse with a mermaid. But this isn’t your typical mermaid. We… Continue reading

B.O.A.T.S. #038: Fringelog, Pt. 5 – Toronto

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-Vic

Toronto Fringe: Dirty Butterfly, Raw, Viva!

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Dirty Butterfly A dark, complex show, I’m still not entirely sure exactly what the plot of Dirty Butterfly was. Because of the thick (but somehow lyrical) cockney accents and incredibly fast-paced dialogue, exactly… Continue reading

Fringe Tips For Young Players. (A Guide to not being a D-Bag at the fringe…) By Shane “Grumpy Old Man” Adamczak

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Toronto is a very different Fringe to any I’ve experienced before. My fellow tour blogger Yana Kesala, already mentioned on this in her latest blog, but I’ve never encounter a more “Play By… Continue reading

Time Out, T.O. (by Yana Kesala)

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I had heard that bashing Toronto is a cultural pastime in Canada–Toronto and the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) receive the brunt of the digs between cities, especially from Montreal. While I was in… Continue reading

Toronto Fringe: Tony Ho’s Sad People, Camp Schecky, Mum & the Big C

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Tony Ho’s Sad People Tony Ho have a very specific and bizarre style of comedy. “Sad People” is a vaguely strung-together collection of sketches that vary from the morose to the unsettling, but… Continue reading