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Charlotte's World or The Lone Terrarium

solo performance · fermented apples · Ages 14+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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Review by BOB LEGGETT

June 22, 2018 · original article
tagged as: childlike faith · Dreams · beauty

What I liked

Loved the rhymes at the end of the show

What I didn't like

Nothing

My overall impression

Like her previous show, this one was another work of art, encompassing beauty, belief and child-like faith in the story of Charlotte and her desire to fly. Lakeland’s performance was breathtaking, and we were quickly caught up into Charlotte’s World. We really love the closing rhymes she so skillfully constructed, which left us with a surplus of faith in our own abilities to accomplish our dreams. Well done!

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