Theatre critic Susan Down continues her reviews from the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival, which runs until July 17 in venues across Toronto. Reviews include: The Sparrow and the Mouse: Creating the Music of Edith Piaf, So I Married a Muslim, Bloom, and Wishes Are Horses.
Theatre critic Susan Down wades deep into the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival, which runs until July 17 in venues across the city. Reviews include: Pitch Blond, Finally: An Epic Cycle, Mary’s Wedding, Man on My Face, The Godot Cycle, She Said What, and Limbo.
Attending the Toronto Fringe Festival is not like going to a regular theatre production. To get the most out of it you need a strategy for picking the right plays. Imagine you’re at a distillery tour or a wine tasting, and take this advice…
Theatre critic Jory Brophy takes a look at a collection of plays from the 2009 Toronto Fringe Festival, which runs until July 12 in numerous venues across the city. Reviews include: Lockdown, Quarter Life Calamity, Icarus Redux, Weaverville Waltz, Things Base and Weill, Moving Along, Pen Pals, TransCanada ’69, Head First, and Bad Skater, Good Hands.
More reviews from the 2008 Toronto Fringe Festival, running for just one more week until July 13. Reviews include: Mr. Fox, Totem Figures, Teaching the Fringe, Old Growth, Crude Love, Nursery School Musical, The Tricky Part, and Wake, with one production getting a perfect 10 out of 10.
The latest reviews from the 2008 Toronto Fringe Festival, which also marks the event’s 20th anniversary. Reviews include: Opera on the Rocks, Wonder Bar!, and Singing at the Edge of the World.
The 2008 Toronto Fringe Festival debuted this week, with over 135 plays running in more than 25 venues across the city. The festival runs from July 2 to 13, and The GATE will have fresh capsule reviews from some of the most talked about productions. Reviews today include: The Movies (Abridged), The Swearing Jar, and Bluebeard.