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NSTF: Joke packs a powerful, thought-provoking punch in A Man Walks into a Bar

Saw another remarkable Toronto Fringe remount last night: Circle Circle’s production of Rachel Blair’s meta theatre social commentary A Man Walks into a Bar, directed by David Matheson, now playing at the… 471 more words

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The Coronas 

Friday the 27th, I’d agreed to go with my sister to see some band that she liked. I know how much it sucks to have no one to go see a band with you so I agreed since my night was free (later a friend sent out invites for their 21st but nevermind that). 892 more words

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Toronto Fringe: A lovely, complex, layered exploration of relationships in Perceptions of Love in the Pursuit of Happiness

A baby on the way. A marital infidelity. Marriage counsellor, heal thyself.

Three Five Productions’ Perceptions of Love in the Pursuit of Happiness, written and directed by Chantal Forde, examines three couples facing huge relationship challenges as they strive for life, love and happiness – running in the… 491 more words

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LADY BITS

 PUBLISHED ON ARTS HUB: 15/5/15

If you can’t decide on one comedian to see at the Sydney Comedy Festival this year, Lady Bits is a snappy showcase that lets you see several performers on the same bill. 192 more words

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THE PHILOSOPHICAL BOGAN

PUBLISHED ON ARTS HUB: 13/5/15

As he tells it, Matty B acknowledged he was a bogan when he realised he owned a ‘going-out’ flanno. Having grown- up in a country town near Newcastle, he makes full use of his upbringing and experiences for his Sydney Comedy Festival show. 158 more words

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Rukmini Comes to Toronto

We have an announcement to make.  Remember Passengers?  And Ghost Train Riders?  Well, the play that has been read and developed by Kali Theatre in London, U.K. 183 more words

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