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Fringe 2014

10 Canadian Fringe shows to see this summer

It's summer. Which means that the best place to see some of the country's most innovative new writing is on the stage, not on the page. It's Fringe season in Canada, with festivals from coast to coast all summer long. Fringe is where writers and performers of all stripes are given their chance to get their original theatre seen—and maybe, just maybe, to make it big. Here's our guide to the most promising writing at this year's Fringe season. All you need is $10 for a ticket and an open mind.


Listen to Jian Ghomeshi's Q essay on Fringe festivals:  
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