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Fringe | Blindside : un malaise désopilant

Les amateurs de malaises seront servis avec Blindside, une performance tirée d’une expérience vécue. En entrevue, lorsque l’auteure Stéphanie Morin-Robert m’a présenté l’idée qui se trouvait à la base de son projet – celle de son handicap oculaire ; elle porte un œil en acrylique – j’ai ressenti un malaise. Où nous faut-il regarder à […]

Fringe Review: BLINDSIDE

65 minutes | Comedy, Solo | G If you like unique and gritty, down-to-earth storytelling, BLINDSIDE is the play for you. When she was just an infant, Stéphanie Morin-Robert was diagnosed with retinoblastoma, a rare form of cancer that rapidly forms in the immature cells of the retina. In order to save her life, doctors had […]

Fringe Review: BLINDSIDE

This touring Fringe show was seen and reviewed at the London Fringe Festival, May 31 to June 11, 2016 Stéphanie Morin-Robert from Montreal brings you BLINDSIDE. A tale about a girl, a cat, and one eye. BLINDSIDE is a one-woman act that takes you through the life of a young woman who lost her eye […]

Fringe Review: Ottawa Fringe To-Do Review

By David Currie (with Vanessa Lynn Turpin) Imagine your perfect hour away from your telephone and/or children. What does that look like? Would you visit a dance show, a drama, a comedy, or something captivating but practically impossible to put into words the next day!? This is the imagining that bound together the packed audience of […]