50 episodes

A Toronto-focussed performing arts program previewing projects & productions.

WalkLeft, the Podcast Distinguished Guests & Marty Chodorek

    • Performing Arts
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

A Toronto-focussed performing arts program previewing projects & productions.

    Brain Food

    Brain Food

    Bil Antoniou and Michael Stittle talk about being playwrights and directors of their two scripts, We Say Such Terrible Things and Fail Safe, respectively.



    The two plays are being presented under the collective title, Brain Food, from March 4th to the 14th at The Red Sandcastle Theatre.

    • 20 min
    2014 Fringe Festival Digest

    2014 Fringe Festival Digest

    Playwright and actress Rebecca Perry collected and synthesized her observations from behind the counter of the Torontonian jungle that is the independent coffeeshop.



    Confessions of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl is part of the 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival. This is an encore presentation of an episode from 2013.

    • 20 min
    Fantastic Extravagance

    Fantastic Extravagance

    Eden’s book has become a misunderstood best-seller and, while the public is marveling at her ironic genius, she is determined to take back her book.



    Fantastic Extravagance is part of the 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival.

    • 22 min
    GUNSHOT

    GUNSHOT

    Sound you've never heard. Pressure you've never felt. Action you've never taken. It's the revolution you're about to start.



    GUNSHOT is part of the 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival.

    • 13 min
    Valkyrie

    Valkyrie

    Bradley and Erin are avenging Valkyries; girlfriends out for adulterers' blood... and other body parts.



    Valkyrie is part of the 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival.

    • 19 min
    Tarrare: A Story of Hunger

    Tarrare: A Story of Hunger

    Set against the backdrop of the French Revolution, Suspicious Moustache Theatre's new play brings to life the tale of a man defined by his monstrous appetite.



    Tarrare: A Story of Hunger is part of the 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival.

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

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2 Ratings

2 Ratings

kanukodiak ,

Love it!

It's been really cool listening to a theatre podcast that doesn't deal in abstracts, but talks about the here and now of our Toronto theatre industry. Good work.

Leeman! ,

Great show

For someone living in Toronto, this is an amazing resource for learning about what's just under our nose. I recommend it to anyone who has a passing interest in theatre or a lifelong devotion to it. You won't be disappointed.

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