When your problems are too big to handle, do you wish you could escape to an island paradise? Turns out, your problems follow you no matter where you go, as Mark Kenward (of Mark Kenward Productions) explores in Nantucket, now on stage at the Toronto Fringe Festival. The performance and narrative kept me interested and I enjoyed watching the plot thicken.
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Plan A Theatre Company’s Sizzle and Spin is a modern-day love story that tackles feminism and the general absurdities of the corporate world. This light-hearted comedy is now playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival.
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High Tea is guaranteed to be the best tea party you’ll ever attend, as James & Jamesy deliver a performance full of laughs, imagination, and audience participation. Winner of multiple awards at Fringe Festivals across Canada, it is now playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival.
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What annoys you the most about people? When they bail on plans? Or text and drive? Whatever it is, it’s probably featured as a musical number in People Suck, the Nutmeg Creations’ hilarious musical playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival. People Suck doesn’t have a plot or storyline. It’s a collection of songs that revolve around one theme: all the ways in which people are the worst.
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Cheeky Tourist Theatre Company’s I Heart Failure centers around one woman who explores the roots of her current inertia. It touches on fear, rejection, authenticity, and personal growth, and is now playing at the Toronto Fringe Festival.
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