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  • Transcripts
  • ASL Interpretation
  • Captions
  • Discounted Tickets Available

October 30, 2021 - November 28, 2021

Primetime Festival

Hosted by Toronto Fringe

The Primetime Festival is an online performance festival featuring interactive digital experiences from across the country. The festival features five shows, programed throughout the month of November, which take place on various online platforms: Zoom, gather.town, and Twitch.

You can catch interactive sketch comedy, go on an adventure with a crowd-pleasing genie, enter a magical living room portal, watch an acclaimed storyteller in action, and catch up with a Fringe fave from the past. Tickets to live events are Pay What You Can.

Accessibility

Transcripts All audio pieces will be accompanied by PDF transcript documents that are screen-reader friendly. If you would like to request a transcript for the show With Love and a Major Organ (The Audio Play) please contact producer@fringetoronto.com.

ASL Interpretation Some of the shows in the festival will feature ASL interpretation for certain performances. Please check the accessibility page for updates.

  • Djinn Joint is an all-ages, audience interactive virtual adventure into the world of genies. Developed by and starring Velvet Wells. This show takes place on the gather.town platform and will feature ASL interpretation by Amanda Hyde on the following dates: October 30 at 8pm, November 13 at 8pm, November 28 at 8pm.
  • Tita Power also takes place on the interactive gather.town platform and features ASL interpretation by Carmelle Cachero on November 19 at 8pm. Come hang out with Tita Posh, Tita Scary, Tita Ginger, Tita Baby and Tita Bago in their homes and eat too much lumpia and snort-laugh halo halo as you witness a wild tita in her own habitat.

Captions Shows in the Primetime Festival take place on various digital platforms. Each platform has the ability to offer Auto-Transcribed Captions. Read on to learn how to activate captions for all our events.

On Zoom: Once in the Zoom room, you will see an option to turn on auto-captions at the bottom of your screen.

On Twitch: Once on the Twitch platform, you will see an option to toggle on/off auto-captions.

On gather.town: Captions are available for gather.town when using the Google Chrome browser with "Live Caption" enabled. Find this setting under "Accessibility" in "Settings" on your browser.

Screen-readers All published PDFs will adhere to best practices for accessibility. We endeavour to make them screen-reader compatible.

Organizations

Toronto Fringe

100 Broadview Ave, Suite 322, Toronto, ON, M6J 1C5, Canada

Email: general@fringetoronto.com

Toronto Fringe is a grassroots, charitable organization that runs the Toronto Fringe Festival each July, the Next Stage Theatre Festival each January, and various year-round programs that benefit youth, artists, and the theatre community at large. We are a creative match-maker, connecting artists with audiences, and empowering everyone to unleash their inner artist. We create opportunities for both emerging and established artists to produce their work with artistic freedom, while engaging members of the community by making productions as affordable and accessible as possible.