Fringe Preview Roundup

Keystone Theatre’s Gold Fever has been mentioned in a few Fringe Previews:

Make sure you check out Gold Fever at The Toronto Fringe!

Toronto Fringe!


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We are proud to announce that we will be presenting Gold Fever at the 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival!

Gold Fever

A little mini-review


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Shane Adamzak (AKA Zack Adams), says about The Last Man on Earth:

“Beautiful original show. We performed in the style of “Silent Theatre”. 4 superb performers, great live soundtrack.”

Montreal Fringe Festival Review Round Up


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A collection of reviews of The Last Man on Earth from the Montreal Fringe Festival:

Indyish.com called the show “truly different, original, and smart. A real treat.”

Bloodyunderrated.net said “Without a single word spoken onstage and featuring only the occasional (and highly effective) bilingual title card, the story of The Last Man on Earth is related through the beautifully over the top acting and excellent live piano accompaniment. The show is delightful from start to finish, consistently sentimental but never cloying. Sarah Joy Bennett, meanwhile, plays the most lovable evil minion you will ever see onstage.”

From The Montreal Gazette: “Charlie Chaplin fans will want to check out The Last Man on Earth, a beautifully crafted mime show of the silent movie kind featuring a doofus hero, a damsel in distress, a bad guy and his wily human-bat servant. The piano player, who does it all by heart, is amazing. This is charming family fare, from Toronto.”

 

The Last Man on Earth reviewed at Montreal Fringe


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Our first review from the Montreal Fringe Festival is in,from bloodyunderrated.net.

Without a single word spoken onstage and featuring only the occasional (and highly effective) bilingual title card, the story of The Last Man on Earth is related through the beautifully over the top acting and excellent live piano accompaniment. The show is delightful from start to finish, consistently sentimental but never cloying

Read the full review of The Last Man on Earth here