Dance show based on Central Asian folktale charms audiences
If you’re struggling to find some free fun for the whole family, then I’ve got the show for you! Mother Doe by Ismailova Theatre of Dance at Lee Lifeson Art Park is a beautiful dance fairy tale sure to get kids and adults alike dancing.
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Smart, funny, moving, and integrated, Laura Anne Harris takes her audience to Syracuse, New York in Destiny, USA by Convention Productions playing at the Streetcar Crowsnest Scotiabank Studio as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival. In Destiny, a city boasting one of the country’s largest malls, Harris navigates her new job as a relay telephone operator for deaf and hearing-impaired individuals even she struggles with a looming personal tragedy. Continue reading Destiny, USA (Convection Productions) 2019 Toronto Fringe Review →