Everybody has a story to tell. Some stories are sad, some are touching; Some stories are sweet, and some are funny. Some stories, like Jenn Hayward’s, are all of the above. Her 75-minute one-woman show delves deep into her own past to explore sexuality, mental health, social justice, religion, and self-acceptance.Read the full review.
In TotoToo’s production of the Irish Curse, four men from various walks of life come together every week in a church basement to whine about their frustrations, disappointments, and shortcomings (with an emphasis on that last one). On the day young Kieran joins the support group, suddenly the questions on everyone’s lips become far deeper than “How do I measure up to the next guy?”Read the full review.
When the CEO of G2 Communications developed his fledgling company’s online presence, he had no idea it would lead to hosting the Tsum delegation, Earth’s first official intergalactic visitors – much like Pop Fiction audience members probably had no idea they were actually being recruited as ambassadors for this historic event.Read the full review.