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Reviewing the Toronto Fringe

Reviews posted here have been written by undergraduate students in Reviewing the Toronto Fringe, a summer intensive course in the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. In the course the students learn theatre criticism through a combination of classroom learning and hands-on reviewing of productions in the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival, and are meeting a number of professionals working in and around the Fringe.  The reviews posted here have been selected and edited by the course instructors, Karen Fricker and Carly Maga, theatre critics at the Toronto Star.

Flute Loops
Reviewed by Nicole Eun-Ju Bell
5/5 STARS
Devon More delivers a heartfelt solo show where you learn a bit about science but a lot more about yourself… Read More

A Perfect Romance
Reviewed by Dante Camarda
2/5 STARS
Awkwardly dancing with cast members, the taste of off-brand grape juice, and a great deal of confusion were the most memorable takeaways from A Perfect Romance… Read More

One Left Hour: The Life and Work of Daniil Kharms
Reviewed by Lara de Vries
4/5 STARS
Jerk off to your liberal arts education with One Left Hour — trust me, this is exactly what they want… Read More

Is That How Clowns Have Sex? A One-Woman, Queer Clown Sex-Ed Show
Reviewed by Max Fearon
4/5 STARS
When I was 11, my mother explained sex as: “Girls have innies, boys have outies, and you insert file A into slot B.”… Read More

A Perfect Romance
Reviewed by S.G.
2/5 STARS
Nothing is perfect, not even A Perfect Romance… Read More

F*cking Perfect
Reviewed by Armon Ghaeinizadeh
4/5 STARS
F*cking Perfect is a sharp, raw, beautiful, polished, clean, and eloquent exploration of the female experience… Read More

Bakersfield Mist
Reviewed by Linda Glover
3/5 STARS
I really want to champion this play. Fortunately, it has a lot to commend… Read More

SUM: A Shadow Puppet Reading of David Eagleman’s Tales from the Afterlives
Reviewed by Shannon Kingston
4/5 STARS
This play feels like a spoken lullaby… Read More

Flute Loops
Reviewed by Lauren Lacey
4/5 STARS
The stage is set with three microphones, two bright red electric guitars, and a flute… Read More

4’33 in Baghdad
Reviewed by Abby Palmer
2/5 STARS
As an academic presentation, Ülfet Sevdi’s 4’33 in Baghdad is visually stimulating and humourous… Read More

Crave
Reviewed by River Pereira
5/5 STARS
I sometimes forget that bodies can make poetry too… Read More

25
Reviewed by Tushita Sen
3/5 STARS
25 by Elliot Delage has a lot happening in a simple space… Read More

Boy Wonders
Reviewed by Michael Teoh
4/5 STARS
As meticulously planned and efficiently executed as any superhero scheme, Boy Wonders explores the importance of community with humour and sensitivity… Read More


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