Julie Santini reports back from the Toronto Fringe.
Lineup C’s final performances make for a lovely way to spend Sunday afternoon
Winner of the French language production at the Fringe Festival as well as a show of puppetry promise to capture your total attention.
The festival that just keeps on giving….and giving.
Julie and her mom go head to head on each comedian at the Nasty Show.
Francophones cross the language line at Zoofest/ Off-JFL show.
Each midnight surprise show comedians might appear under an alias, but each one is guaranteed to be incredible.
Darren Henwood hosts some Vancouver comedians you don’t want to miss.
Emma Beko and Gabrielle Godon make up Heartstreets, an electro/R&B duo from Montreal, which just released its follow up single, “Bubble of Joy.”
Lar Vi and Sehar Manji talk about how Total Liquidation developed from some improv characters.
Lots more juicy shows to catch at the Fringe. Reviews of Les Bunheads, Trantasy, Felix, The Shiner, and Look at this Guy.
Julie interviews the multi-disciplinary artist about her ever-changing piece.
Julie talks to the performer about her show Love & Marriage that focuses on life in a polyamorous relationship.
Wrestler and improviser, McGee plans to half-nelson his audience at the Fringe.
Julie talks to spiritual animator by day, laugh animator by night Katie Leggitt.
Air guitar so real, you’d believe they knew how to play.
Unusual, artistic dance piece at the FTA reviewed.