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International Artists Shine at the Digital Toronto Fringe Festival


Travel the world with the 2021 Digital Fringe Festival!

The Digital Fringe features work from around the world. These shows give us a chance to travel the globe after so many of us have hardly left our homes or communities.

Read on to learn about the international shows in our festival.
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Digital Fringe - International Shows

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DANCE OF TORN PAPERS


Tune in for the double-bill immersive 360˚ film experience, "Dance of Torn Papers," presented in both English and Farsi by Nowadays Theatre.

Canada/Iran
Stream Dance of Torn Papers
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INSOMNIAC


She can't sleep, she knows all the tips, tricks, and she's read the pamphlets... She's still awake, because 3am really is the best time to work through all your issues.

Reading, UK
Stream Insomniac
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MANGOES FROM THE VALLEY


An intimate look into a young woman's reliving of a night she desperately wants to forget.

Trinidad and Tobago
Stream Mangoes from the Valley
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PLAY MAS' WITH SHAKESPEARE: A CARNIVAL REBELLION


A fun satirical comedy where T&T's traditional carnival characters quote the Bard to prove their intellectual prowess while playing the ass!

Trinidad and Tobago
Stream Play Mas' With Shakespeare
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ROOTED IN ROUX


"Rooted in Roux" is a solo audio play about the connection between food and African American lineage.

Queens, NY
Stream Rooted in Roux
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STANDING ON THE MIRACULOUS FIELD

 

"Standing on the Miraculous Field" unfolds the perspective of nature farming and its gentle philosophy through Terra Norihiro Terazawa’s tale of saving a lemon tree.

The Hague, the Netherlands

Stream Standing on the Miraculous Field
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TO BEE OR NOT TO BEE

Farmer James has lost his bees, there's only gruel to eat, and now the townspeople have arrived to protest, chanting "There's no good food, we're in a bad mood!" 

Rural Western Massachusetts

Stream To Bee or Not to Bee
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Digital Fringe Profile in the Toronto Star


Still not sure what to see? Check out this preview piece in the Toronto Star

Have You Seen Our Trailer Yet?


Check out the amazing content that Fringe artists are serving up this year. From drag to dance, from 360 degree viewing to swashbuckling pirates, we know there's something for everyone. 
Video by Henry Mak
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