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Yellow Dress

theatre · yellowdress productions · Ages 18+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States

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DAVID BICKFORD June 19, 2011
I randomly chose this show to be my first Fringe experience of 2011 and it was a great choice. She is a terrific performer with a powerful and moving story to tell, and she keeps things moving with lots of action and humor and charm. She is a very talented performer who brings the people in her story to life with what I suspect are very accurate impersonations. ... full review
JOY NASH June 25, 2011
Yellow Dress is a gorgeous play. Marissa's performance is powerful- Her characters are muscular and nuanced. She travels the globe in search of herself and truly finds it where she least expects it. I was entranced from the very beginning. PLEASE don't miss this show. ... full review
PAM NOLES June 24, 2011
Man, o man was this incredibly brave and profoundly moving performance by Marissa Lichwick astonishing. Trans-racial adoption is a tricky topic to take on, and "Yellow Dress" succeeds wonderfully through a brilliant combination of physical and emotional guts along with great storytelling that does not shy away from the darker sides of her personal story. Touching, funny and honest, just loved this all around. Everybody should see it!... full review
[email protected] CLARK rich clark photography June 25, 2011
I wish I could give more than 5 stars. The performance is touching and substantial with several doses of humor tossed in to mitigate the poignant story. I think my fondness of this show lies in the respect for the performer in opening her life to the audience with nothing hidden or tempered. ... full review

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