Theatre Asylum's Fornes x 2 .

Review: FORNES x 2, Dark Tales and Small Quarters

What can a trip to Kensington, down an alley and descending into a hidden, multi-roomed, underground space get you? An inside look at two very unique, and immersive one-act plays by Theatre Asylum, who present you with FORNES x 2.
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Theatre Review: Infinity

Infinity, the new co-production between Volcano Theatre and Tarragon Theatre serves up risky theatre, and it works The inclusion of violinist Andrea Tyniec adds an extra depth to Infinity. With Paul Braunst...
Shakespeare BASH'd presents: The Taming of the Shrew

Get BASH’d: The Taming of the Shrew

Shakespeare BASH’d returns for an encore with a remount of their 2012 Fringe Festival hit The Taming of the Shrew Real life couple James Wallis and Julia Nish-Lapidus aim to bring a "clarity of understand...
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inTO: NYC – YYZ & NYC come together for SOULO

Tracey Erin Smith — The Canadian 'pied piper' of personal storytelling — leads her Soulo Tribe to The Big Apple Artistic Director and award-winning solo performer Tracey Erin Smith is taking her Soul...
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Theatre Review: Blithe Spirit

When Lansbury took the stage and uttered her first line in Blithe Sprirt, I felt as though I was seeing a long, lost friend.