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Blindside

 

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Courage and comedy go hand in hand with Blindside, a delightful story of a young woman’s one-eyed childhood. Written and performed by Stephanie Morin-Robert, Blindside explores her diagnosis of retinoblastoma and her subsequent childhood. She takes command of the stage with a performance both genuine and humorous. While her use of a camera, contemporary dance and a series of unexpected props prove to be charming, the show does go on a tangent or two when she engages with her audience. That itself isn’t a bad thing (especially with the intimate nature of a one-person show) but it does interrupt the rhythm of an otherwise fantastic performance. Reviewed by Chris Berthelot
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4.5/ 5


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18 total ratings

 

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Dates / Times:
  • 12:00 pm - 2017/08/18
  • 7:45 pm - 2017/08/19
  • 9:30 pm - 2017/08/21
  • 1:45 pm - 2017/08/22
  • 3:00 pm - 2017/08/23
  • 4:45 pm - 2017/08/24
  • 8:30 pm - 2017/08/25
  • 12:15 pm - 2017/08/26
  • 1:45 pm - 2017/08/27



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Posted 2017/08/18 by


EdmontonFringe.ca

 


2 Reviews


  1.  
    Kelley

    Wow. Such a fabulous solo show. I was in awe of Stephanie and how she really puts it all out there. The time flew by, and I was engaged from start to finish. Worth seeing!




  2.  
    May

    She is one of a kind! I love how unique and original her work is. I myself would not put it in comedy category though. To me it was more story telling.

    You are awesome Stephanie. I love the Tshirt and am so happy that you have an eye on me! <3





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