In a subgenre known for its distinguished wackiness, The After After Party ups the ante of the classic ‘hangover plot’ where close friends try to reconstruct the gory, glorious, and ever-elusive details of Last Night. In a script loaded with rapid-fire non sequiturs, crosses-the-line-twice shock comedy, and excessive blunt force trauma to the fourth wall, Katey Hoffman and Cheyenne Mabberley deliver an inspiring performance as a pair of twelfth graders just trying to find their way to the next party (while debating the metaphysics of which parties have an ‘after’ relationship to which).

Hoffman shines as Fiona, possessed...

An amalgam of stick puppetry, spoken word poetry, beat boxing, monologue and slightly absurdist dialogue, this entire show felt like a non sequitur.

I’m not sure I would call this a play. It feels more like a performance piece. There isn’t a plot. There are no clear characters. There’s a male stick puppet and a female stick puppet, but who they are or what they want is not obvious. Near the end of the show we’re all given chocolate chip cookies (which I was confused by...

Camel Camel is a superb hour of enthusiastic, hilarious, existential, shape shifting magic.

Janessa Johnsrude and Meghan Frank who form the dynamic duo "Glitter Gizzard" created the show in consultation with Mooky Cornish (Cirque du Soleil). It’s physical theatre meets vaudevillian sister acts. Which turns out to be a great combo.

I really can’t say enough good things about this show. It’s exactly the kind of the theatre I love to watch at the Fringe because it’s energized, fun, fully committed, creative and experimental. It’s the kind of thing you don’t get to see anywhere else.