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Voices

solo performance · carla delaney · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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Review by ERNEST KEARNEY

June 11, 2016 the tvolution

What I liked

VOICES
According to the program notes, voiceover artist Carla Delaney wrote this one woman show as a birthday gift to herself, and if that’s true it’s a better gift than a pony. Voices is just about everything a solo show should be, personal and universal, funny and sad, familiar and unique, with a solid and well articulated question serving at its core: “When did I stop listening to my own voice?” As a professional voiceover artist, it is only logical that in Delaney’s world everything should have a voice from the Clarinet she wanted to play as a child, to her lungs, even her fear. Ably aided by director Jessica Lynn Johnson, everything that Delaney wishes to say comes across as loud and clear. And very, very funny. The call: GOLD

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What I didn't like

having to add something to this dumb third box

My overall impression

VOICES
According to the program notes, voiceover artist Carla Delaney wrote this one woman show as a birthday gift to herself, and if that’s true it’s a better gift than a pony. Voices is just about everything a solo show should be, personal and universal, funny and sad, familiar and unique, with a solid and well articulated question serving at its core: “When did I stop listening to my own voice?” As a professional voiceover artist, it is only logical that in Delaney’s world everything should have a voice from the Clarinet she wanted to play as a child, to her lungs, even her fear. Ably aided by director Jessica Lynn Johnson, everything that Delaney wishes to say comes across as loud and clear. And very, very funny. The call: GOLD

For more Fringe reviews go to The TVoluton.com

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