victoria fringe festival

Josephine poster

Back by popular demand, Josephine headlined the 2020 Victoria Fringe

osephine is a burlesque-cabaret dream play based on the life of the real life Josephine Baker, the first African-American international superstar. After making her start in the U.S., Baker moved…

Five retrospects of selected 2019 Fringe performances

For those who missed it, those who prefer the rustle of the paper to the bustle of the playhouse, and those who just want something to argue about, here are…

Celebrating GRL PWR at the Fringe Festival

GRL PWR, short for girl power, is a musical celebration of the best of girl groups and how they present feminism to their audience. This Fringe Festival is nostalgic, educational,…

Summer Bucket List speaks to shared heartfelt experiences

Summer Bucket List at the Victoria Fringe Festival is a wonderfully written experience, courtesy of playwright Ellery Lamm. There are some great “laugh-out-loud” moments, made even better through fantastic acting.

Fringe 2017: What to Take Up With Daddy Issues

In the spirit of honestly reviewing Daddy Issues, I should get one thing off my chest: I’m not a Fringe-ie. I would probably squint in confusion if someone asked me…

Fringe 2017: UVic alumni and students bring the internet to life

“Lolcow: (lol-kaʊ), n. person whose foolish behavior can be ‘milked’ for amusement.” So starts lolcow, a multimedia cross-genre play featuring Pascal Lamothe-Kipnes as Sheena, a young woman navigating strained relationships…