How many more sleeps until the Fringe?
Angela shares her reviews of Pluck’d, Precinct, Orson Wells / Shylock, and the Ballad of Frank Allen.
Clowns, the Apocalypse, and being stuck on a ship with Sloan’s Chris Murphy some of the things to expect at the Solos Fest.
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.
Making it up as they go along, improvisors are put into pre-rehearsed scenes and hilarity ensues. Interview with Vance Gillis about this new improv concept.
Lar Vi and Sehar Manji talk about how Total Liquidation developed from some improv characters.
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.
Two shows, six troupes at the Montreal Improv theatre and a whole lotta characters.
Sarah Segal-Lazar is crowdfunding with indiegogo to raise funds for her new album. Learn about what inspires this artistic fireball here.
The Quitter and The Dysmorphia Diet are two more shows that should be on your must-see list.
A man with a leg for a dick, ladies reading Greek poetry, dancers imitating a washing machine, and a cat with a backpack of toast on it. Must be the Fringe.
Trampoline follows vivid dreamer Matt as he falls in love. We talk to writer, director, and star Adamczak about the blog that led to the production.
Mercieca’s Politically Absurd Comedy Guardians of the Cross marks the anniversary of performance and arts organization Le Nouveau International