Fringe Review: “Adoration” a powerful exploration of the life of the contemporary artist

June 14, 2017

Jasmine Mrenica

2017 Fringe Reviewer at Montreal Theatre Hub
Currently studying in Dawson College's professional theatre program, Jasmine is psyched to be able to have the opportunity to be a part of an ambitious and talented team of creators and writers coming together to celebrate independent theatre. She has been passionate about theatre and journalism since she was little. Selected credits include Elma Pafko, The Hands of Its Enemy and Middle Daughter, Friends (Dome Theatre), Sally, Grief (Imperial Productions), Hermione Granger, Carrie Potter (Theatre West Performing Art). This will be her first Fringe ever but certainly not the last.

Earlier this year when “Adoration” presented by Tantalus Theatre premiered at Studio Porte Bleue, I didn’t stop hearing the buzz that it created for a solid month; thus, I was thrilled to have been given the […]

Fringe Review: “The Merkin Sisters” – Indescribable hilarity ensues in physical comedy of sibling rivalry

June 14, 2017

David Hudon

2017 Fringe Reviewer at Montreal Theatre Hub
David is an actor by trade and is excited for this opportunity to share his thoughts and opinions on this year's Fringe! Having participated in Montreal's Fringe several times (and the Edinburgh Fringe once as well), David simply can't get enough of the festival madness. He would like to wish you all a happy Fringe and merde to all the performers!

The moment that the opening night performance of The Merkin Sisters was over, the two performers laughed and told the audience to simply spread the word about the show as they didn’t quite know how to describe it. This […]

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