Toronto Fringe: Hilarity ensues in multi-media sketch comedy trip through TV land in The McComedy Show

Toronto Fringe adventures continued yesterday at the Tarragon Theatre Solo Room with The McComedy Show, written by Shannon McDonough and Michael McLean, and directed by Margaret Smith. The pre-show music gets the audience set to go, with the nostalgic sounds of beloved TV theme songs from the 70s and 80s. A multi-media show that combinesContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: Hilarity ensues in multi-media sketch comedy trip through TV land in The McComedy Show”

Drama, pathos & hilarity – now with more lesbians @ Gay Play Day

The second annual Gay Play Day LGBTTQ Theatre Festival of short plays ran Friday through Saturday in the Alumnae Theatre studio space, featuring works with all the drama, pathos and hilarity I remember from its inaugural fest last year. Now with more lesbians. A.D./playwright/director Darren Stewart-Jones, wearing several other hats as producer, box office/reservations contactContinue reading “Drama, pathos & hilarity – now with more lesbians @ Gay Play Day”

More theatre in T.O. – on right now & upcoming

So much out there to see and still no clones on hand to help me make it out to everything. Here are some shows that are continuing and upcoming: The Village Players’ production of Les Liasons Dangereuses, by Christopher Hampton, directed by Anne Harper – running now until October 5 at the Village Playhouse. NextContinue reading “More theatre in T.O. – on right now & upcoming”