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#Princest

 

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"#Princest" is not an all-encompassing political romp. Thankfully, it does not try to be. "#Princest," on its first night of production, had no handbill’s for confirmed audience, its audience left raw with anticipation. Cheekily, the main actor—Nicholas Yee—was able to capture a few casual and seductive romps within the script, while remaining steadfast, without any sexualized character overindulgence. As the only actor and physical theatre star, Yee possesses charisma, abundance, and bravado in abundance.  His command of the stage was professional, and he offered abundant charisma. However, the tongue and cheek humour and sporadic script allow the various characters to showcase their ideology without any sense of progression, and what it does have is lost as the character development feels flat or non-existent. Unfortunately, "#Princest" relies heavily on a familiar, Disney-driven ideology. As a cartoon, it takes few risks—its narrative, a chore to comprehend. —Levi Gogerla
EdmontonFringe.ca
 
 
 
 
 


 
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  • 8:00 pm - 2018/08/16
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