Gripping family drama in American dream turned nightmare – Killcreek

Brandon Pitts’ new play Killcreek, recently published by IOWI and directed by Katherine E. Bignell, opened its Toronto Fringe run at the Randolph Theatre last night. In Killcreek, a fictitious 1950s Montana mining town, miners have been laid off and are scrambling to earn what living they can with alternate employment. Brother and sister DarylContinue reading “Gripping family drama in American dream turned nightmare – Killcreek”

It’s almost that time, kids — Toronto Fringe Festival is coming!

So how did it get to be the last week of June already?! Good news is that means that we’re about a week away from the Toronto Fringe Festival, running July 3-14. Here’s a handful of shows I’m planning on seeing, with more to come: Just Lift Your Feet, by Heather Allin  (stay tuned forContinue reading “It’s almost that time, kids — Toronto Fringe Festival is coming!”