Bette Davis Eyes, presented by Troublemaker Theatre Company, is one of the show’s in this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival. I joined a few friends on the rooftop patio of the Epicure Café on Queen Street West on Wednesday night to see the opening show and we all agreed there couldn’t have been a more suitable venue for a show like this one. Continue reading Bette Davis Eyes (Troublemaker Theatre Company) 2014 Toronto Fringe Review
Peter n’ Chris and the Kinda OK Corral, presented by Peter n’ Chris, is playing now at the Randolph Theatre as part of this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival. Their opening show was also my first show of the festival this year, and I couldn’t have asked for a more fun hour in which to kick things off. If you’re a fan of sketch comedy, Westerns, handsome men in Canadian tuxedos (denim on denim, anyone?) or just a fan of laughing in general, then you’ll want to add this show to your list of Fringe picks. Continue reading Peter n’ Chris and the Kinda OK Corral (Peter n’ Chris) 2014 Toronto Fringe Review
Leading up to World Pride in Toronto, drag queens and kings dazzle the audience in A Chorus Queen
Looking for a fun night out now that World Pride is officially upon us? Make your way to Hart House Theatre, where behind a big red curtain, kings and queens of drag are waiting to entertain you with flashy numbers, high kicks and a whole lot of sequined dresses. A Chorus Queen, the Official Drag Musical for 2014, is on now, with proceeds going to the Toronto People with AIDS Foundation.
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