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Pick of the Fringe

Pick of the Fringe: audiences pick the best of the 2015 Vancouver Fringe Festival...

The audience has spoken and have chosen six of their favourite shows from the 2015 Vancouver Fringe Festival for encore performances as part of...

Fringe review: The Most Honest Man in the World is a fringe staple

The ubiquitous one-person Fringe show rears its therapeutic head in Andrew Wade’s The Most Honest Man in the World. A free-wheeling recount of important...
LOCO+HERO+JOE

Fringe review: LOCO+HERO+JOE is repetitive

It’s shaping up to be the year of the original musical at this year’s Vancouver Fringe Festival with Darcy McFadden’s LOCO+HERO+JOE, the story of...
Baker's Dozen: 12 Angry Puppets

Fringe review: Baker’s Dozen: 12 Angry Puppets is witty and insightful

Puppeteer Adam Proulx brings a different kind of one-man show to the Vancouver Fringe Festival with Baker's Dozen: 12 Angry Puppets. On second thought, perhaps...
Just Watch Me

Fringe review: Just Watch Me: A Time Travelling Trudeau Musical is overly ambitious

Just Watch Me: A Time Travelling Trudeau Musical is an ambitious undertaking.  An original musical that attempts to combine a history lesson with a...
Being Animal

Fringe review: Being Animal explores our place in nature

There is no doubt that Vancouver’s Theatre Terrific has one of the most gorgeous venues at this year’s Vancouver Fringe Festival. Nestled between Granville...
Peter Carlone and Chris Wilson

Fringe review: Peter n’ Chris Present: Here Lies Chris is reason enough to go...

Peter Carlone and Chris Wilson make it seem so effortless. Comedy that is. This is another winner for this dynamic duo. They are reason enough to...
Hunger Games: The Musical

Fringe Review: Hunger Games: The Musical is a fun romp through The Capital

The first thing you’ll notice about Hunger Games: The Musical is the sheer size of the production, with 14 actors and a production crew...
Just Watch Me

#FringeDuJour: Just Watch Me: A Time-Travelling Trudeau Musical

Our #FringeDuJour feature on the 2015 Vancouver Fringe Festival concludes with Just Watch Me, which is based on a true story of a British Columbia...
Mrs. Singh & Me

#FringeDuJour: Mrs. Singh & Me

Mrs. Kuldeep Singh has been kidnapped by a man named Raj. When she finds out why, she is faced with a choice that she...

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