Toronto Fringe: A joyful, thought-provoking celebration of life in Memento Mori

From the sidewalk outside Rochelle Rubenstein’s Studio (402 College St.), the audience is led along the alley and inside the wooden gates of a colourfully decorated garden, where we are greeted by two handsome, masked men (Christopher Sawchyn and Bruno Cunha); one offers two pieces of paper with questions and a crayon to write ourContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: A joyful, thought-provoking celebration of life in Memento Mori”