Fringe plays capture the naivety and ignorance of emerging adulthood.
Festival continues to be home to striving modest local productions while becoming party to a generation of permanent career Fringe performers.
Audience blown away by this one-woman tour-de-force performance that’s likely to become one of this year’s Fringe hits.
If you’ve enjoyed perennial favorite Melanie Gall’s previous Fringe shows, you will not be disappointed.
Through the teeth, past the gums, lookout funny bone here It comes.
Self proclaimed “Fringe God” TJ Dawe has his hands in two Fringe performances.
Canadian stage up-in-comer Paul Van Dyck bravely takes on John Milton’s 17th century epic poem of human’s fall from grace, Paradise Lost.
Fringe play C- is a study of slacker squandering.
The enduring and deceptive niceness of knitting is a recurring theme throughout and links it to the changing perception and roles of women.
This play invites participation as audience members become students and teacher evaluators.