Brian Morton of Theatre Erebus’ Mary, I have his Pants, Esther Huh (@esthuh) and Dave Brennan (@brennandavidn) of The Tragedy of Othella Moore (@othellamoore), Olivia Fasullo of Referendum Productions’ The Devil in the Details (@referendumpc) meet to talk about the first two days of Hamilton Fringe, promoting at the Fringe, what they’ve seen and looking a head for the rest of 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 Theatre and Pat the Dog Theatre Creation. Jessica studied drama and English literature at Queen’s University and Scriptwriting at Algonquin College. Jessica’s first full-length play, My Purple Wig, has been short-listed for several awards and premiered Off-Broadway at the Lion Theatre in November of 2013. She was the recipient of the 2012 RBC Tarragon Emerging Playwrights Award for her play The Gods and Calvin Brewer. Her most recent play, A Different Kind of Job, premiered as part of the TA2 Studio Series at Theatre Aquarius.
The week 2 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 English (@gillian_english)joined host, Phil Rickaby on a slightly windy morning on the second last day of Toronto Fringe, to continue the conversation about Toronto Fringe, how their shows have been going, what they’ve seen and their favourite Fringe moment of Toronto Fringe 2016. Recorded Saturday, July 9 2016 @ 10AM
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. This action-packed thrill-ride makes its Toronto premiere at the Randolph Theatre from July 1 to July 9, 2016.
Also joining in: Kyle Allatt of The House of Style’s The No Bull$#!% History of Invention also playing at the Toronto Fringe.
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 (@RJMassacre) joined me bright and early on Saturday morning (by Fringe standards) to talk about Toronto Fringe, what they’ve seen, what they are looking forward to seeing and much more. Recorded Saturday, July 2 2016 @ 10AM