Julie Santini reports back from the Toronto Fringe.
Reviews of Dramaking, Mutement, A Perfect Picture, the No Bull$#!% History of Invention, and Rocket to Fame
Fringe Festival reviews of Wasteland and Looking to Upgrade.
Jon Bennett Aussie Rules (Playing with Men), and Tales You Lose reviewed here.
Interview with Australian burlesque star, Becky Lou, on why she’s ending her decade-long career.
Shake, Love and Pasties Miss S, The Mysteries of the Unseen World of the Clavis Argentum, Saor (free), and Me The Queen and a Coconut reviewed.
Bushel and Peck, Thunderfoot, Captain Aurora, Falling Awake, and Jem Roll’s Get Lost reviewed.
Our fourth round of Fringe Festival reviews: Self Exile, The Cockwhisperer, Get Your Shuffle On, Naked Ladies, and Sitting in Chairs at the Gates of Valhalla.
When the James half of James and Jamesy writes his own show, the thinks big and small. Literally.
Round three of the Fringe Festival reviews with A Perfect Picture, Bizarro Obscure, Messy Bitch, Sexpectations, and Does Not Play Well With Others
Five shows reviewed by our team: Caisse 606, Bedrock Burlesque, Honesty Rents by the Hour, ATM the Musical, The Passage
In our final installment of dispatches from the Veteran Fringe, we find out how The Making of Warm Mess is getting ready for showtime.
Interview with Fiona Ross about Plays By Kids, an ingenious production that takes plays written by little people and has big people perform them.
The first fringe review is in and it is a winner.
Lyla McQueen Shah shares her picks from the Montreal Fringe For All.
I could have named another 25 easily. Here are 10 you might not have on your radar that you should, and 4 that probably already are.
Holly Gauthier-Frankel talks about the creation of her third show about Miss Sugarpuss and why this one will be the character’s last.
Lar Vi’s route to finished Fringe show hurdles an Icelandic trip.
“The great part of this, is that I am effectively living two entire lives, that I am doubling my time on Earth in a way. The bummer is that I am wiped out.”
The cast and crew get to meet the press at the first press conference preceding the launch of the schedule.