Everyone Wants A T-Shirt! is funny, thought-provoking and will have you reconsidering slogan tees long after you have left the theatre.
If you want a true fringe experience, go see the Andy Warhol Musical: In Rehearsal.
Today marks the start of Toronto’s annual Fringe Fest! Here are some plays you won’t want to miss at the 30th annual theatre festival.
Landline is one of SummerWork’s interactive pieces created by Adrienne Wong and Dustin Harvey. CJRU reporter, Karen Young spoke with Adrienne Wong about Landline as well as her bac…
CJRU Reporter Karen Young had the chance to speak with, Cole Lewis the director of these violent delights, currently part of this year’s SummerWorks theatre lineup. They discuss ab…
CJRU reporter, Philip Wiseman had the chance to speak with, Daniele Bortolini, the artistic director of The Invisible City. Read up on Phil’s review of this project here.
these violent delights successfully discusses that there is no “correct” way to deal with loss, as people cope with it in their own ways.
Through deep contrasts of light, sound, energy, and humour, Explosions for the 21st Century aims to shock you into the realization that sounds can produce fear, sadness, comfort an…
As the experience continues into the next day I found the very nature of what I had previously learnt about trust to be questioned. After being blindfolded and taken by the hand in…
Herrera reveals a vulnerable moment when she shares that sometimes she’s happy with herself, sometimes she’s not and that’s okay. To close the musical, Herrera finishes with a hila…
CJRU reporter Nicole Di Donato sat down with Rose Napoli and Jakob Ehman who star in the Toronto Fringe Festival show Ten Creative Ways To Dispose of Your Cremains.
CJRU reporter Nicole Di Donato spoke with award-winning sketch comedy duo The Templeton Philharmonic about their Toronto Fringe Festival show About Time.
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