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Forgotten Baggage: Stories from the Willard Suitcases

solo performance · robin walsh · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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SUZE CAMPAGNA June 04, 2016
I would recommed it just for something a little different.... full review
LINDSEY BRUNO June 06, 2016
Would recommend if you are sober and prepared to engage your imagination muscles. If you have an interest in puppetry or "textless" work, you will be intrigued by the concept and execution of the piece. Can't wait to see it again and learn new stories! ... full review
STEVEN GOLDEN certified reviewer June 17, 2016
I'm anxious to see how Robin fills in more characters and their stories. I'll be watching for further development.... full review
CHARLES ZIARKO certified reviewer June 18, 2016
Here's what Fringe is for: Ms Walsh is trying out on a small scale material she thinks could be a full-length play! She's right---but this isn't it! She has assembled great props to support her thesis, but what she does with them is 100% the wrong way to go. Instead of anthropomorphizing the contents of the suitcases, she should be discovering (or fictionalizing) the stories of the inmates behind them. Either way, there's fertile material in the concept, but she needs another director and, perhaps, an imaginative collaborator. Good Wishes, Ms Walsh!... full review


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