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your words were harsh and cruel. I may use many more words...but never am i as cruel... as that.
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Dreamy MEC Girl
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Jayson McDonald's Underbelly nabs Georgia Straight Critics' Choice Award
The guy who featured on the cover of the Georgia Straight Vancouver International Fringe Festival issue won a top critics' prize at the event.
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: You Are Here: A Granville Island Audiodyssey doesn't inspire via earbuds
In the tension between public and internal experiences, and the endless possibilities of sound, music, and text, audio art has enormous potential.
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: Alpha has mixed success with hockey story
All stories are about struggle. Interesting stories maintain tension by mixing failure and success.
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: Guernica brings painting to life
Guernica the play is handsome in many ways, but it doesn¹t deliver narrative satisfaction.
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: Romance taut, well-acted, and oh so politically incorrect
The Judge asks, “May we not have peace?”, but the play is by David Mamet so the answer is, “Not fucking likely.”
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: Martin Dockery's The Bike Trip well worth the journey
The Fringe circuit exists so that we can see artists like Martin Dockery.
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: Dazzling Underbelly is packed with crazy humour
Jayson McDonald's tour de force takes us on a hallucinatory journey of rebellion inspired by the life and work of William S. Burroughs.
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: No Tweed Too Tight is a hilarious blast from the PI-show past
Insurance investigator Grant Canyon has a distinctly impaired short-term memory. Maybe it’s all those punches to the head he takes for sassing back at interrogators—or maybe it’s his outlandish dirty-blonde toupee.
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: Suburban Motel gets up-close and sweaty
Intimate and sweaty.
Vancouver Fringe Festival review: Gametes and Gonads presents copulation as entertainingly clever intergalactic battle
It’s sperm’s time to shine.
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