It's a strange feeling for me this summer. After a few summers in a row with multiple Fringe shows, I find myself with the luxury of just haivng to watch shows this year! Sont' worry, I have enough things outside my theatre life to keep me busy, but I am looking forward to seeing A LOT of Fringe Shows!
I thought I would do a few profiles on shows that I am hoping to take in!
First Up: Confessions of a Middle Aged Drama Queen - a new work written and performed by local Edmontonian Erika Conway, is a comedy about self discovery, overcoming obstacles and managing a desire to meet a hot strapping fireman! I've seen Erika onstage several times over the past few years and she has an electric personality and charisma as well as terrific comedic timing. I'm excited to see what she has done in her first foray as playwright!
To be or not to be a Drama Queen…. that is the question!
Confessions of A Middle Aged Drama Queen - Madelyn Sharp wants nothing more than to be loved and adored. Her quirky ways, imagination and perspective on life has saved her from going to the dark side too often but also finds her in very unique experiences. Reality and her dreams just don’t get along and this is the struggle she faces as she makes her way to discovering what is on the other side of the door.