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Journey to Myself

solo performance · strike the rock foundation for women and children · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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MERLENE HOLSEY June 14, 2015
Kay Benjamin executed the delivery of multiple characters professionally with confidence, compassion and excitement. We were on the edge of our seats with anticipation. Bravo for a one-of-a-kind performance from a seasoned and polished, down-to-earth actress. Worth seeing again and inviting your friends to enjoy this thought provoking autobiography/drama/comedy? Quite interesting and entertaining... you be the judge. Worth seeing! Jita Holsey ... full review
LYNE ODUMS certified reviewer June 14, 2015
The actor took on a monumental task of presenting a self portrait of multiple complexed characters. I commend her effort and drive to complete the task.The evening I saw this production the actor was not feeling well which may account for moments of forgetting where she was in her story at times, but she recovered and carried on like a real trooper.... full review
EMILY AND ELIZABETH HINKLER certified reviewer June 14, 2015
Kay is an absolutely beautiful woman. She comes on the stage, looks the audience in the eye, shows us her scars, and blossoms into a beautiful flower because of her bravery and simplicity. She seamlessly goes back and forth between characters of multiple personalities. This show is for the world to see. It is simple, uninhibited by unnecessary junk or overacting. How true and brave of a human being to go on stage without fear, shame, or judgement- we cried, laughed, and sprig to our feet when she bowed. Congratulations, Kay.... full review
LONNIE CALVIN certified reviewer June 17, 2015
Congratulations on putting your show together and sharing your journey. It was informative and entertaining. Wishing you the best with the show and all of your endeavors.... full review


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