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Ma Voix: Song of My Youth

solo performance · rachel kiser · Ages 14+ · one person show · United States

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CURTIS SPEER certified reviewer June 15, 2014
Raw, Visceral and Compelling, Rachel Kaiser's solo performance in Ma Voix: Song of My Youth was outstanding. With a front row seat, I became a guest in her living room where she led the audience down a road of curiosity, introspection, insecurity, anger, love and grace. Her story is carefully constructed and brilliantly acted and she didn't miss a beat. It is a wild ride balanced out with perfectly placed vocal performances creating both a point of introspection and a segue into the next chapter. When we put our "stuff" on the table first, no one can use it against us. We get our power back. Thank you, Rachel, for reminding us of that. ... full review
KIRSTEN KAWAI certified reviewer June 28, 2014
Raw, honest, beautiful and hilarious. ... full review
JESS KOEHLER certified reviewer June 17, 2014
Would definitely recommend this show! Really enjoyed her performance and have such an appreciation for the vulnerability she is willing to share about her life. This type of show is what has ripple effects to other people's lives, as it opens up great conversation. She shows great diversity from the eccentric and comedic moments to the quiet and reflective. Loved it!... full review
COURTNEY BOWDEN certified reviewer July 02, 2014
this show was fantastic and i feel so blessed to have seen rachel kiser perform and to have heard her amazing and inspiring story! this show is dynamic and daring. it is a story that can resonate with anyone who is brave enough to be vulnerable. And these are the best kinds of stories. ... full review

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