Toronto Fringe: Engaging, immersive storytelling & a bird whispering love letter to mom in charming, poignant Life List

Are you ready for an adventure? Then you must come along on Alex Eddington’s bird watching walking tour Life List at this year’s Toronto Fringe, directed by Tyler Seguin and starting off at the Randolph Theatre. Wear some good walking shoes and bring binoculars. If you don’t have binoculars, no worries – Eddington has extraContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: Engaging, immersive storytelling & a bird whispering love letter to mom in charming, poignant Life List”

Alice through the looking glass into Brazil in darkly funny, absurdly mind-bending The Trial of Judith K.

Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you. – Director’s Note Thought For Food opened its production of Sally Clark’s The Trial of Judith K. in the Theatre Passe Muraille (TPM) Backspace last week, directed by Tyler Seguin, assisted by Tamara Vuckovic. I caught the show last night, in a performanceContinue reading “Alice through the looking glass into Brazil in darkly funny, absurdly mind-bending The Trial of Judith K.”

SummerWorks preview: A magical, imaginative & entertaining piece of storytelling in Yarn

I spent a lovely evening at the Majlis Art Garden last night, for a preview performance of the SummerWorks production of Alex Eddington’s one-human show Yarn, directed by Tyler Seguin and Helen Juvonen. It’s a covered outdoor space with chairs set up in a semi-circle around a stage that sits in the nook of whatContinue reading “SummerWorks preview: A magical, imaginative & entertaining piece of storytelling in Yarn”