Am I Blue
by Elizabeth Blue
Elizabeth Blue - New York, NY
 http://elizabethblue.net
V.12 - Asper Centre for Theatre and Film (U of W) 
Fans (and foes) of Eat Pray Love will love this Just For Laughs Award-nominated show that takes you on the modern girl’s hilarious search for enlightenment. “Laugh-out-loud funny without sacrificing any warmth, and you never stop rooting for the hapless heroine.” - Visitorium “A charming and funny critique of the way we lose ourselves in the quest for self-awareness.” - Edmonton Journal 4 STARS “A criminally funny performer who’s almost certainly the lovechild of Kristen Schaal and Tina Fey.” - Charlebois Post

    
Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12
$10 Weekday Matinees, Students, Seniors, Fringe Performers

Genre:
Play-Comedy

Audience:
Mature

Warnings: Mild Language, Sexual Content

Wed July 17 6:30 PM
Thu July 18 3:30 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Fri July 19 7:15 PM
Sun July 21 3:30 PM
Tue July 23 7:30 PM
Wed July 24 12:00 PM
Thu July 25 11:15 PM
Sat July 27 3:15 PM

Am I Blue

Elizabeth Blue—Asper Centre for Theatre and Film (U of W)

New age self help, plans for world spanning book writing adventures and business plans powered by unrelated stock photos abound in this journey to become a better person. Full of awkward humor and second hand embarrassment to a truly amazing degree, a lot of the segments truly manage to stick with you. Some don’t, but the pace of the show quickly moves onto someone more your cup of tea. An experience any who are familiar with the absurd side of self help, new age or otherwise, will enjoy.

Josh Fidelak


Elizabeth Blue

Am I Blue—Asper Centre for Theatre and Film (U of W)

“AM I BLUE” brings some much needed comedy to the self-help / New Age spirituality movements. The one-woman show chronicles Blue’s misadventures through NYC as she attempts everything self-help gurus say to do to create her “Best Life Now.” If you’ve ever recited affirmations in the mirror or spent too much money on a personal growth seminar, you’ll laugh (& maybe cry) at “AM I BLUE”. Nominated for: Just For Laughs Best Comedy & Best English Language Production at the Montreal Fringe Festival.