I don’t remember what prompted me to want to see The Mating Game at Tarragon Theatre (Mainspace) by RewritesRewires at the Toronto Fringe Festival. I think I was attracted to the idea of people having to adapt to the dating scene again, including getting used to technology that didn’t exist or wasn’t well developed when they were younger. I find change difficult, so I could relate to many elements of the show.
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I wanted to see Generally Hospital at the Tarragon Theatre Extraspace by All Access Sketch at the Toronto Fringe Festival because its description caught my eye. I also have a good friend who’s a nurse, so I figured it would be fun to tell her about the show after I saw it.
The day I saw Generally Hospital also happened to be the day the Tarragon Theatre experienced a bomb threat. Thankfully, the crisis passed and the show was only about 15 minutes delayed. It was well worth the wait.
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I felt compelled to see Morning Buzz Live! at the Randolph Theatre by Mixtape at the Toronto Fringe Festival because I was curious about what a show about a morning talk show would be like.
The show’s description piqued my interest, and I wanted to know exactly how the topics of sexism, racism, and diversity hiring would play out on stage. There were some good points to Morning Buzz Live!, but its execution left something to be desired.
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