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  • #30 – Jessica Anderson, Interim Director, Hamilton Fringe

    Jessica Anderson is an arts administrator, playwright and all-around theatre enthusiast. She has several years of administrative experience having previously worked for the Living Arts Centre, the Ottawa Arts Court Foundation, the Ottawa Little... [ Read more ]

  • #29 – Toronto Fringe Week 2 Roundup

    The week 1 Toronto Fringe Roundup with producer of Damn Tank (@damntankTO), Laura McCallum (@lauramcsee), Nisha Coleman (@NishaColeman) of Self-Exile, David Kingsmill (@dragonliterate) of Romeo and Juliet Chainsaw Massacre (@RJMassacre), and Gillian... [ Read more ]

  • #28 – Sex T-Rex II

    Following their 2015 Fringe hit SwordPlay (Winner, Just For Laughs Best Comedy Award), Sex T-Rex is raising the bar with their most ambitious show yet. Masters of genre parody, this year their sights are set on Post Apocalyptic mayhem in Wasteland.... [ Read more ]

  • #27 – Toronto Fringe Week 1 Roundup

    The week 1 Toronto Fringe Roundup with producer of Damn Tank (@damntankTO), Laura McCallum (@lauramcsee), Nisha Coleman (@NishaColeman) of Self-Exile, and Scott Garland and David Kingsmill (@dragonliterate) of Romeo and Juliet Chainsaw Massacre... [ Read more ]

  • #26 – Shira Taylor

    Shira Taylor is a performer, director, producer, and doctoral candidate at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at U of T. For her dissertation, she created SExT: Sex Education by Theatre to explore the use of theatre for sexual health education... [ Read more ]

  • #25 – Scenes from Plays I Never Wrote

    Record your album, make your film, open your restaurant, pursue your passion – what’s stopping you? Confronted with this question and unable to finish a script, playwright Katherine grapples with the voice in her head that’s controlling her... [ Read more ]

  • #24 – Nisha Coleman

    Nisha Coleman was born in a swamp near Huntsville, Ontario. She studied music and psychology at McGill and Wilfrid Laurier University. Once school was out of the way, she went to live in Paris as a street violinist. Her memoir about these years is... [ Read more ]

  • #23 – Amy Blackmore

    Amy Blackmore is the Executive & Artistic Director of MainLine Theatre and the St-Ambroise Montreal FRINGE Festival and the Artistic Director of the Bouge d’ici. An award-winning creator, she has produced, choreographed, performed and assisted... [ Read more ]

  • #22 – Alexandra Simpson and the Terra Incognita Collective

    Alexandra Simpson is an interdisciplinary theatre artist with a background in dance, music, documentary, play writing, installation and directing. She has created and produced a number of audience-immersive and site-specific shows that focus on the... [ Read more ]

  • #21 – Christel Bartelse

    Christel is an Actor, Comic, Writer, Teacher, and Solo Show creator living in Toronto. She is a graduate of the Second City Conservatory Program, Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts and has studied Clown extensively with John Turner & Michael... [ Read more ]

  • #20 – Alysa Pires

    Choreographer Alysa Pires has created works for Ballet Jorgen, Citie Ballet (Edmonton, AB), Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, Cadence Ballet, Ryerson University, Dancestreams Youth Dance Company, Victoria Academy of Ballet, McMaster Dance Company,... [ Read more ]

  • #19 – Daniel Pagett & Jason Maghanoy: Hangman

    Daniel Pagett and Jason Maghanoy talk about Jason's play Hangman, opening May 13, 2016 at the Storefront Theatre. An examination of how we are shaped by our circumstances, Hangman follows the story of Alistair, a murderer who survives hanging for... [ Read more ]

  • #18 – Tim Turnell

    Tim Turnell is a multiple-award winning artist who has called Saint John home for over ten years. His one-person performance company (and art moniker) Theatre Narcissus Twelve was created to provide unique theatre experiences while... [ Read more ]

  • #17 – Alison MacDonald

    Alison MacDonald is a Jessie Award winning performer who has worked across Canada as a singer, actor, teacher, and producer. Recently, she made an album of 1950s/60s tunes and coming up, she will be reprising one of her favourite roles ever -... [ Read more ]

  • #16 – Victoria Urquhart

    Victoria Urquhart is a Toronto-based actor and director from Caledon. She is also a graduate from the University of Windsor’s 2010 B.F.A. Acting Program. This training has helped her to develop a focus on marrying Physical Theatre Practices with... [ Read more ]

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- 11 hours ago

@partonandpearl @Toronto_Fringe @partonandpearl would you be interested in a live stream talk about the shows you review sometime in week 2?
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StageworthyPod

- 15 hours ago

@philrickaby: Tomorrow is the start of theatre Christmas, also known as @Toronto_Fringe. Sadly, I'm in rehearsal mode for my own fringe show, so I won't be able to see as much as I want, but I'm seeing as much as I can. follow my coverage on the @stageworthypod insta and tiktok.
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StageworthyPod

- 19 hours ago

This week on Stageworthy, host @philrickaby talks to storyteller and serial entrepreneur, @VikkiVelenosi about her #FringeTO show: 2 Robs, 1 Cup: : What Happens When You’re Done Eating Shit? #TheaTO Listen now at https://t.co/Vx85xxavyd https://t.co/TeMg6wqn8S
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StageworthyPod

- 1 day ago

@itskyliethomps1 I'm doing my best to see as many shows as possible, but between day job and my own rehearsals I'm pretty limited. You're on my radar!
h J R