This show was so incredibly beautiful, I can’t say it enough. The movement work was fantastic and beautiful. The words were beautiful and stirring and never became trite in the lead actress’s mouth. Can’t overuse the word beautiful for this show!
What I didn't like
There were a few ensemble slip ups when I saw it, but those can easily be fixed with a pick up rehearsal or two (which, at Fringe and with such a large cast is hard to accomplish sometimes!). Other than that, stellar performance
My overall impression
A beautiful beautiful representation of the journey through trauma and grief. Given this production’s dedication to serving those under privileged and at most risk, you can trust this to be a thoughtful and raw look at what it feels like to go through one of the hardest experiences there are and that is no easy feat to pull off.