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Talking Blues: Two One-Acts by Cecilia Fairchild

ensemble theatre · low road · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by CHARLOTTE GULEZIAN

June 16, 2017

What I liked

The writing the writing the writing. This is poetry with half it’s clothes off. It’s the true west. It’s our stories turned inside out, the way we feel about the hand we’ve been dealt actualized in these heightened memory plays. Cecilia is one of my favorite writers of ALL time and to see her words come to life with such grit and passion from the actors and directors is all I could hope for in Fringe and really at all.

What I didn't like

Nada

My overall impression

A Shepardesque California Cowgirl story that will make you ache for what the past wasn’t quite and revel and rejoice in your own disillusionment

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