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Icy Blue

 

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Isabelle is tired of worshipping her beloved from afar, so she's decided to take matters into her own hands and tell Stephen Harper how she feels. That's right, Stephen Harper. He reminds her of her childhood hero, Barney Rubble, and the political humour she weaves into the script is certainly good for a few chuckles. Other than that, though, the story has few high points, the best of which is her adventure over the fortifications around Harper's house. There is an aerial component to the show, and while some poses she strikes are beautiful, each move is slow and deliberate, and the anticipation of each one is too easily read on her face. —Saliha Chattoo
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0.5/ 5


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  • 12:15 pm - 2013/08/18
  • 2:15 pm - 2013/08/19
  • 4:30 pm - 2013/08/20
  • 12:00 pm - 2013/08/22
  • 8:30 pm - 2013/08/23
  • 9:30 pm - 2013/08/24



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Posted 2013/08/18 by


EdmontonFringe.ca

 


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    Attended Icy Blue today. A one woman show in which this
    talented artist has combined theatre, dance movement, and
    aerial movement on silks. An obsessive love affair is exposed
    through words, music and the body. I was captivated. What an incredible expression of love.





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