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Johanna Super Happy Bedtime Revue: A Traumedy

solo performance · sunbright · Ages 0+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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CELINE NYANGA certified reviewer June 05, 2016
tagged as: funny · creative · dancing
An intense performance by Johanna who tells a poignant story in a funny, creative way.... full review
MONICA GOZALBO June 11, 2016
Funny, intimate and surreal. A great surprise.... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer June 12, 2016
I went to go see this show since I had an hour in between shows and it was on the schedule, but I am thrilled that I made that decision instead of just walking around Fringe for an hour. This show was great! The performer (Johanna) tells a hilarious story, with moments of sincerity and depth, including some powerful metaphors through dance, and it, along with some other shows I've seen, have helped me appreciate one-person shows. The ticket price is reasonable, the show is about 40 minutes long, and it's worth a chance if you can find it in your schedule. Heartfelt, raw, and never a dull moment.... full review
DAVID HARPER certified reviewer June 15, 2016
This show is joyful and heartbreaking and wonderful. It's brilliantly conceived, directed, and performed. Even in moments of silence, Johanna's performance is captivating. Loved every minute. Go see it!... full review
JEN KENYON certified reviewer June 23, 2016
tagged as: Lyrical · Raw · Brave · Emotive
This piece is a raw yet lyrical exploration of the effects of a personal traumatic event. From the bold comedic interactive scenes to the frighteningly tragic personal scenes, Johanna's intense fragility champions this brave, non-literal journey. ... full review
NANCY MURPHY certified reviewer June 24, 2016
Mesmerizing, unique, with gorgeous choreography and dancing.... full review

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