solo performance · carla delaney · Ages 13+ · United States of America

one person show world premiere
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CLAIRE LAKE certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Like a well-oiled machine, powered with a strong human heart of gold!... full review
LESLIE FLEMING-MITCHELL certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Liberating, opening, fun, refreshingly honest and relatable, gorgeous! Truthful, rich, deep, transformational and entertaining.... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER uncertified reviewer June 06, 2016
I am not the biggest fan of solo performances and wasn't planning on going to any, but this was playing at a time that worked in my schedule for preview weekend, worked within my budget, and sounded interesting--and I was so glad I took a chance. This is one of the best shows I've seen at Fringe. I was so bummed when it ended. I just wanted it to keep going. The actress (Carla Delaney) is invigorating, captivating, and never once bored me with her stories or antics. I was BLOWN AWAY by how incredible her performance was and how fascinating her story was. Do NOT miss this show!... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY the tvolution certified reviewer June 11, 2016
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 ... full review
ANN-MARIE LARICCIA certified reviewer June 14, 2016
I really appreciate solo shows. When done right, through the generosity of the actor, they let the audience in on secrets that they themselves have been keeping. That's exactly what Carla did. I believe that we all struggle finding our own voice. Thank you Carla for sharing yours. I was so disappointed when it ended. I wanted it to keep going. This is such a fun show that includes great characters, singing and storytelling!... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 17, 2016
Top-notch performance and performer!... full review
CELINE NYANGA uncertified reviewer June 18, 2016
Great performance by Carla Delaney, who delivers an entertaining, refreshing show that beautifully demonstrates why we should all listen to our inner voices.... full review
CHRISTOPHER PIEHLER certified reviewer June 20, 2016
This was a vocal tour de force! It was like watching one person do the move Inside Out. Carla is a charming, high-energy performer. Under Jessica Lynn Johnson's crisp direction, Voices moves seamlessly from one scene to the next and the hour just flies by. Such a fun show!... full review
MATTHEW MARTIN uncertified reviewer June 22, 2016
Carla Delaney brings something a little unique to solo-shows this year. And that is, her ability to really inhabit not only her characters, but the amazing voices she gives them. When watching this show, I was immediately taken into her story, witnessing her journey as she finds her true voice. The writing was on point and her performance from start to finish was amazing. She delivers one of the most relevant stories of Fringe this year, in that she struggles to find her true voice among the critics in her life that have haltered her from obtaining her passion. It is a joy to watch her work and see the level of commitment and talent she brings to her show. This is one of the true MUST SEE shows of Fringe this year.... full review
TRENT HOPKINS uncertified reviewer June 20, 2016
tagged as: Impressive talent
Entertaining and energetic and funny ... full review