Summer Fringing

It is summer in Montreal, which means long evenings spent on terrasses, an endless succession of street fairs, and the 17th annual Fringe Festival, which runs until Sunday. For less than the price of a movie ticket, you can take in one of 99 different shows at 21 venues, all of which are conveniently listed here.

Yes, but how do you decide which shows to see? Well, you can check out the reviews on the festival’s Net Buzz page, on Midnight Poutine, and on Indyish. Or, if you’re pressed for time and looking for a hot Fringe tip, you can head straight to the exquisitely written absurdist comedy The Works at Théâtre Ste-Catherine. Seriously, go now.

1 Comment so far

  1. Akira Kurosawa (unregistered) on June 18th, 2007 @ 12:38 pm

    The Fringe Fest is over now, but I had a great time this weekend. It got me thinking though about how many great independent festivals there are in this city and how we should make sure to put our time and money into supporting all the local/independent talent this summer.

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