You are invited to the 3rd Annual Photography Exhibit presented by members of the Facebook group, Hamilton Photographers Rock. The opening night for The Living City: Where Concrete Meets Green is ...
Set in a tense hospital waiting room after a horrific accident, the characters recollect and reminisce about the titular Colby Carter (Jenn Magalas). We see how she touched each of their lives. Memories fade in and out and we see the different faces of a complex woman. Sister. Colleague. Lover. Scared child, shivering in the dark.
Just what does an ambitious woman have to do to get ahead in her professional afterlife? Devil in the Details follows Laura (Emily Wicks), on her first day as the personal secretary of Satan himself (Jack Preston). On a work permit from "upstairs," she insisted on the placement herself. Heaven might be comfortable, but it doesn't have much room for advancement.
If you die while dreaming, what is it flashes in front of your eyes? In this one-man show written and performed by Nicholas (Dave) Amott, Todd Silvano finds himself dazed and alone in the darkness, with only a handful of foggy memories. Against a swirling torrent of dreams and emotions, he struggles to find consciousness, despite his own uncertainty that his life is actually one he wants to wake up to.
With tremendous buzz, the Teeny Tiny Music Show is already claiming its place as the hottest event in the 2016 Fringe. At its first weekend show, the house was already so crowded that your own humble reviewer wasn't able to get a seat with a view of the stage! However, this turned out not to be much of an impediment.
Jean Caffeine takes us on a trip outside of society, where we want to be. As she recounts her incredible adventures, she flashes back to her acid fueled puck rock baptism. David Bowie, Iggy Pop, The Kinks, The Nuns, The Zeros, The Sex Pistols and San Francisco in the 70's took Jean Caffeine from a disenfranchised youth to a punk rock prodigy.