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Christopher Hoile

Show blends circus arts, dance and magic with imagery from famous horror movies for a new kind of spectacle more

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Play set in an Ontario hospital features confused arguments and tedious drama more

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Two-person variety show combining music, clown and romantic advice is a mixed bag more

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Musical about the on-again, off-again romance between two middle-aged characters is well-intentioned but deeply flawed more

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Amusing show announces there's a talented new clown duo in town more

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Cat Bernardi's Kidsfest musical is clever, inventive and charming, but maybe for older kids more

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Play with music about the gods Venus and Mars isn't a perfect anything more

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Promising historical play sheds light on neither Louis Riel nor the three different women observing him more

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Danny Pagett's futuristic comedy about the children of social media celebrities doesn't do enough with its intriguing premise more

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This Toronto riff on Sam Shepard's Far West is smart, funny and beautifully acted more

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Musical about gay marriage, memory loss and death tries to pack too much in at the expense of its underwritten characters more

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Site-specific staging of lesbian vampire story could draw more blood (and feature more consistent performances) more

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Tom McGee's satire about the afterlife, performed at the Paddock Tavern, morphs into something far more intriguing more

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Enchanting Kidsfest musical is so good it deserves a life beyond the Fringe more

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Kidsfest entry about a magic book wants to celebrate history but gets many facts wrong more

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Philippe Ducros’s play about the interrogation of a prisoner features a superb lead performance but leaves many questions unanswered more

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Despite great performances, Coal Mine’s play about cosmetics testing on humans rather than animals produces mixed results more

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Cylla von Tiedemann

Some of director Alan Dilworth’s ideas are unclear, but a tightly bound ensemble lends this production undeniable power more

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Drew Hayden Taylor’s play about an Indigenous man at odds with a privileged white woman is marred by an obvious imbalance in the script more

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Bad Hats Theatre’s Dora Award-winning production of the classic draws on simple stage magic more

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