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Twirly's Traveling Tricks

cabaret & variety · twirly the clown · Ages 0+ · family friendly · one person show · 45 mins · United States of America

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CHRISTINE DEITNER [] certified reviewer June 08, 2019
A fantastic show that you must carve out the time for. Twirly is a treat, throwing us back to the best of clowning and vaudeville while keeping us on our toes. It's possible but unlikely that one performer and a pair of boots has engendered as much joy in a pack of humans in decades as you will find here. ... full review
MICAH COVER certified reviewer June 08, 2019
Haba kee tooo! Twirly is back, and this time, for the first time, she has an entire show dedicated solely to her - and Fringe is lucky to have her. Fellow Twirlyheads will enjoy familiar Fan Favorites - like her wildly impressive tap dancing, her hilarious attempts at animal balloons and her genuinely heartbreaking rendition of Charlie Chaplin’s “Smile.” And she’s added things even I’ve never seen - her Grape Trick alone is worth the price of admission. But this is the first time old and new fans alike will really have a chance to enter Twirly’s World - 45 minutes of no-rules chaos where no word uttered makes sense and there is no Fourth Wall - the audience and even the tech crew all play roles - and each night will be a different show... full review
DAVID MARKLAND certified reviewer June 15, 2019
I was already familiar with Twirly the Clown: 45 minutes of Twirly the Clown. Which is really all I wanted, and that's exactly what was delivered. Pure, silly, sometimes manic, heart pleasing fun.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2019
tagged as: solo · vaudeville · Horror · clowning
Dana has created a truly original character; child-like, enthusiastic, and menacing in equal parts. She subverted clowning expectations and really engaged the audience in her intimate solo show. One gag, involving a pair of finicky shoes, had me in stitches.... full review

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