“Let’s get one thing out of the way from the get-go: IT GIRLS is laugh-out-loud hilarious…” What else do you need to know? Details in our review
The actors are “individually winning, and they mesh brilliantly as an ensemble.” Full details in Scott Sneddon’s review of Madeleine Brown’s NEWS PLAY at the Toronto Fringe
“At its core, Fox Woman is an achingly simple, resonant story told and re-told in deeply powerful ways by two virtuoso performers.” Read Scott Sneddon’s full review of Fox Woman
Kirk Dunn’s solo show The Knitting Pilgrim invites discussion about the unique and universal among the Abrahamic faiths, and features Stitched Glass tapestries designed and knit by Dunn as its set.
Spencer Litzinger returns to the stage in Daniel Beitchman’s BOY vs. FLY the Play, debuting as a part of Toronto Fringe’s KidsFest. Details in our interview with Spencer
Andrea Mapili and Byron Abalos’ THROUGH THE BAMBOO is a new epic for all ages. Rooted in Philippine mythology, the fantasy play explores death, loss and grief through the eyes of a young Filipino-Canadian girl.
CLOTHESWAP is the sum of its fabulous parts: Part play, part clothing swap, part eco-consciousness and part charitable event. Our interview with creators Amanda Barker and Dale Boyer
How much is too much? Marie Barlizo’s LUCKY draws on the true story of Jennifer Pan to explore the effects of extreme parental expectations on the children of Asian immigrants.
In Ashley with a “Y”, Ashley Botting performs songs composed on the spot! Forget gaudy. Forgo glitz. Instead, prepare for Ms Botting’s improv talents to spin ideas from her audiences at the Toronto Fringe Festival into cabaret gold.