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What I learned at this year’s Fringe: thoughts of a Fringed brain

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “I want to go to the beautiful place and enjoy the view and then come back. I think we all do.” — Leo in Stewart Lemoine’s The Margin of the Sky  You can’t go off to … Continue reading

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Weird and wonderful, a human vaudeville under the skin: Epidermis Circus, a Fringe review

Epidermis Circus (Stage 18, The Luther Centre) By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca There’s a nutty and ingenious self-reliance built into this “spicy puppet cabaret” from Victoria’s SNAFU Society of Unexpected Spectacles (Little Orange Man, The Merkin Sisters). Let’s just say that … Continue reading

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