Fringe for Free! Toronto Fringe ticket giveaways for shows playing on Sunday, July 15th

As the 2012 Toronto Fringe Festival is quickly coming to a close, there are only a few more chances left to join in the fun.  And what better way to end the festival with a good friend and Fringe for Free!  Here’s your chance to win two free tickets to one of the following FOUR shows.  Enter to win for any or all the shows you’d like to see!  Here are the three shows that are we are giving away tickets for on Sunday, July 15th, 2012.

The shows are: 

Numbers – To be entered into the draw for a pair of tickets to the 1:45pm show at Factory Mainspace (Venue 12) please send an email to with the subject line “Numbers contest” by 7pm on Saturday, July 14th, 2012.

ZACK ADAMS: A Complete History of Zack Adams – To be entered into the draw for a pair of tickets to the 2:15pm show at the  Solo Room at the Tarragon Theatre (Venue 3) please send an email to with the subject line “Zack Adams contest” by 7pm on Saturday, July 14th, 2012.

Do You Remember Me? – To be entered into the draw for a pair of tickets to the 4:00pm show at the B.A.N.D. Gallery please send an email to with the subject line “Do You Remember Me contest” by 7pm on Saturday, July 14th, 2012.

So We Thought We Could Act – To be entered into the draw for a pair of tickets to the 5:15pm show at the Tarragon Extra Space (Venue 2) please send an email to with the subject line “So We Thought We Could Act contest” by 7pm on Saturday, July 14th, 2012.

See below for details on each show, how the contest works:


From press release: 

“I was here and this is my story.” Her message is simple. In sixty minutes, you will be taken on a journey of love, fear and hope told through the eyes of one young girl in WWll.

The numbering of persons in Jewish law is forbidden as it destroys the uniqueness of the individual and reduces a person, to a statistic. It was a convenient method of extermination. Lives stripped of identities and dreams.

This piece plays at Factory Mainspace. Performances: Sat July 14 5:45 PM, Sun July 15 1: 45 PM

ZACK ADAMS: A Complete History of Zack Adams

From press release: 

Ever since he first appeared in the year two Nativity play, Zack knew he was destined for great things. A COMPLETE HISTORY OF ZACK ADAMS is a comedic coming-of-age story about an Australian actor’s quest for superstardom and his slow rise to mediocrity as he slowly learns that becoming a super-famous actor is actually going to be really hard work

“The project was created chiefly as a theatrical experiment in solo performance, focusing on the parallels in the creative process and performance between the actor, the storyteller and the comedian; attempting to explore the similarities between art forms and devising a piece which fell into some sort of middle ground between them.” – Writer/Performer Shane Adamczak

This piece plays at the Solo Room at the Tarragon Theatre. Performances: SUN July 15, 2:15pm

Do You Remember Me?

From press release: Inspired by myths, stereotypes and painful truths connected to Black/African populations
globally, Do You Remember Me features intellectual, humorous, and heartrending dialogue
between male and female characters of the past and present culminating with a firm resolution
to restore what has been lost to ensure a brighter future. The play was created when the pastor
of a local Toronto church called for creative efforts to address challenging issues faced by
members of his congregation. The piece was first presented before an audience of over one
thousand as a part of the church’s Black History Month celebrations in February 2012. This is
the first time the play will be presented through The Fringe Festival.

This piece plays at B.A.N.D. Gallery.

So We Thought We Could Act

From press release: Helen Prandekas and Rena Hundert bring satirical comedy to a whole new level with SO WE THOUGHT WE COULD ACT. This unique musical follows the lives of two desperate actresses who cannot seem to get a paid gig. We first meet the duo in their old age and then go back in time to the 1920′s when their journey first begins. Traveling through their lives, each era is brought to life with zany characters, quick-witted humor, dance and original music. Finishing on a bright yet sour note, we see them get their first paid gig, in their nineties, when they partake in a hilarious rap music video! Can their blood pressure take it? There’s only one way to find out…

This piece plays at the Tarragon Theatre.  Performances: Friday, July 13 11:00pm, Sunday, July 15 5:15pm

Contest Rules: 
(these will remain the same for each Fringe contest, so take the time to read the list once and you’ll be set)

  • The only acceptable form of entry for the contest is by email, sent to (Mooney on Theatre will never use your email address for anything other than to reply to the specific contest you entered, and we certainly would never sell it or anything like that)
  • Each show counts as its own contest, and each entry must be in a separate email. So, if 5 shows are giving tickets away on a given day, and you want to try for each of them, then you need to send 5 emails.
  • Entrants must be available on the day and time listed in the contest. The tickets are available for that showing only, and cannot be transferred to another date.
  • The winning entrants will be chosen by a random drawing.
  • Winners will be notified by email by 9pm on the day of contest closing and need to confirm their attendance 10am AT THE LATEST the following morning so that their names can be given to the theatre company for tickets to be set aside.
  • Photo I.D. may be required to claim the winning tickets.
  • Tickets must be picked up 60 to 30 minutes before show time at the venue box office. The box office reserves the right to release any tickets not picked up 15 minutes before show time.
  • We ask that all winners provide us with a quick blurb on what they thought of the show, either in the comments section of the press release on Mooney on Theatre, or if it has already been reviewed by Mooney on Theatre in the comments section of that.