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Fringe Review: Hi, How Are You?

The trials of capitalism are on display in Hi, How Are You? Emmanuelle Gingras: “Hi, How Are You underlines with humor the issues stemming from major socio-economic gaps. In other words, “The client is always right” applies to those who don’t have the privilege to think otherwise.”

Fringe Review: The Beauty We Carry

A verbatim documentary play about facing death. Brian Carroll: “like new spring growth breaking through cold winter soil, a new pattern emerges. Out of deep sorrow and suffering, glimmers of resilience start to appear. Even as circumstances become more and more dire, the interviewees find inner strengths with which to face extraordinary difficulties.”

Fringe Review: Rachelle Rachelle

Jennifer Cavanagh: “Rachelle Elie a straight shooter intermingling her personal story to punchlines on the mundanity of marriage, the outdatedness of heterosexuality, the evolution of porn, the power of sex and showstopper tunes like ’50 and Fucking.'”

Fringe Review: ABLE

Amanda Dookie: “Despite the burdening and encumbering aspects of osteoarthritis explained by Catherine, the name of the play is ABLE for a reason. Catherine admits that while she could let the disease bring her down, she doesn’t let it stop her.”