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Art and Abolition

solo performance · level ground · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · Kenya

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Review by anonymous

June 04, 2017 certified reviewer

What I liked

The pace was perfect. The characters were rich. The story was so simply told, but so powerful in its message. And fantastic music!

What I didn't like

I didn’t like the fact that the video — a crucial one at a very BIG moment in the show — was acting up. Would recommend a quick technical test of that moment before all upcoming shows, because the message delivered in that video is SO key to truly understanding Brittanie’s mission with her foundation.

My overall impression

Really made me realize how good I have things in life. We live in a city where so many people are chasing a dream to become actors. Brittanie is using her God-given theatrical talents to help young girls in Kenya heal from a brutal life of sexual slavery. It’s humbling; it’s moving; it’s a show that needs packed houses!

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