Almost a Stepmom
Written & Performed by Keara Barnes
Standing Room Only Theatre - Vancouver, BC
V.10 - Planetarium 
Based on a TRUE story. Keara moved to Ireland. She fell in love. Then she became a stepmom...almost.
Almost a Stepmom has toured across Western Canada to CRITICAL ACCLAIM, most recently completing a SOLD-OUT RUN at the 2017 Vancouver CelticFest.
*WINNER of the Jester's Cap Award at the 2016 Calgary Fringe Festival*
"If this show isn't already on your Fringe list, make room for it" - The Marble Victoria
"Almost a Stepmom is a powerful look at a life that could have been. It's also a show that you don't want to miss." - Calgary Herald

Keara Barnes

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12

Warnings:Coarse language
Thu July 20 5:00 PM
Sat July 22 7:30 PM
Sun July 23 10:15 PM
Mon July 24 7:30 PM
Tue July 25 5:30 PM
Thu July 27 12:00 PM
Sat July 29 3:45 PM
Sun July 30 1:30 PM

Almost a Stepmom

Standing Room Only Theatre—Planetarium

A very cute show. Our leading lady flowed between characters seamlessly. Her characters were very well defined and it made transitions that much more smooth. Her accents were very good and her impersonation of a 5 year old made me laugh. A little bit crude and predictable, I found the end very lack luster. She had fleshed out the rest of the play so well I was left feeling slightly unsatisfied. I wanted more insight into the main character and what they were feeling at the end. A cute play but not one I would run out and go see again.

Kaitlyn Kriss

Standing Room Only Theatre

Almost a Stepmom—Planetarium

Almost a Stepmom is a cautionary Irish tale of love, loss, laughter and life. Based on a true story, this solo show features multiple characters, with equally funny and touching moments, and has toured to critical acclaim throughout Western Canada, winning the Jester’s Cap Award at the 2016 Calgary Fringe.

“Keara Barnes has a stage presence like none I have ever seen” (The Marble Victoria)

“Honest and engaging. Barnes has you in the palm of her hand the minute she opens her mouth.” (Jenna Shumoogum)