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Meant To Be

solo performance · henok negash · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · Thailand

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DAVID MINER certified reviewer June 25, 2013
The best show I saw at Fringe this year...the only one that sufficiently inspired (lazy) me to write a review. I would take anyone I could, anytime I could, to see this performer again.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2013
A great show! An intelligent presentation of thoughtfully constructed magical moments devoid of the typical pomp and feigned enthusiasm that often undermines magic performances. Told with cards and conjuring, Henok Negash brings a quiet confidence and skill to his legerdemain. Guiding you with his shrewd hands and turn of phrase, Mr. Negash offers up a brief glimpse into his life and learned lessons. A journey filled with surprise and mystery that hooked the audience from start to finish and left them amazed and bemused as they filed out of the theater into the night. Not to be missed. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2013
Really enjoyable show. Henok is charming and funny and the magic is great. Go see it.... full review
DAVID BLATTER certified reviewer June 22, 2013
This show was a great time through and through. Henok's demeanor is charming in a James Bond way - mysterious and very likable. Henok has a warm way with the audience and his magic is first class without a doubt. You feel like every moment couldn't have happened any other way, hence the title of the show. There is a mystery envelope that everyone in the theater gets when they walk inside. Will you open yours? Go see this show! ... full review

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