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Opening Weekend: Bomb Threat and Show Flyers

opening weekend: That happened on opening weekend at the Tarragon, and the Fringe's new artistic director, Lucy Eveleigh, the Tarragon staff and the police acted quickly to get things back on track, according to NOW Magazine. It was a false alarm; three shows had to cancel performances, and one was delayed. Fringe Toronto 2018 its 30th anniversary year will likely go down as the year of the bomb threat. By midweek at the newly named festival hub Post Script patio, complete with a very roomy, central four-sided central bar and eclectic programming if an odd absence of show flyers and posters the bomb barely rated a mention. One of the notable themes that emerged this year was experimenting with improv, whether creating a full and very personal musical cabaret Ashley With A Y or mimicking a two-act farce Entrances And Exits . The festival continues to be a great place to see shows by and about women. Instead, people were talking about the hot weather and the hotter shows, including sold-out productions like Josephine, A Burlesque Cabaret Dream Play; Morro And Jasp Save The Date, who graced the cover of NOW; the site-specific Featherweight; The Merkin Sisters; and others. ( As reported in the news.