Fringe Festival

July 2010

Fringe festival-goers measure the quality of the experience not by the script (or absence thereof), but rather, by the pure enthusiasm of the performance. In what has become the city’s liveliest grassroots theatre festival, the best alternative, innovative and avant-garde writers and directors are taking their jobs, hobbies, passions to market. The birthplace of Tony-award winning The Drowsy Chaperone and ‘Da Kink In My Hair, the Toronto Fringe Festival has always been gritty in its portrayal of the world through the stage work of artists from all walks of life.

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