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From Fringe 2018
Standing Room Only Theatre—Planetarium Auditorium
I love to travel and if you add up all the miles I logged by plane, it’s almost enough to get to the moon. Despite all my travels, I don’t think I’ve enjoyed getaways as much as performer Keara Barnes. In her show, she relates her memorable journeys around the earth, told with enthusiasm and mirth.
A solid presenter, Barnes delivers her memories with acuity and precision. In each of her adventures, she takes on her own persona, and that of her companions, complete with the requisite accents. The characters are cute and fun, and her expressions are bold, but not overdone.
It’s an interesting story that leaves me with the lesson that vacations build memories; it’s with those memories that we relive our highlights. Thanks Barnes for sharing your insights.
From Fringe 2018
Standing Room Only Theatre
1 Woman. 15 Characters. 6 Countries.
Traveltheatrics takes you on adventures across the globe, from a dangerously dark Moroccan medina, to haunted Victorian streets, to Tiger filled Malaysian Jungles, to German Beer Festivals, Irish Dairy Farms, and Fairy filled English beaches.
A Storytelling/Comedy/Play of incredible travel stories around the world, and the moments that make up who we are.
From award winning Vancouver performer Keara Barnes, creator of the critically acclaimed solo show ‘Almost a Stepmom’ (4 stars CBC), which has toured through Western Canada since 2015.