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|Jenny Awards 2017|
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Cory Thibert—Red River College – Roblin Centre
Most people I know hated their parents at some point in their lives as kids. I certainly thought my parents were dicks through my childhood. Then one day, you grow up and realise why they did the things they did—except my mother, she’s still a dick.
For Cory Thibert (Coby), the relationship, maturation and illumination with his family form the basis of this exploration. Along this journey of discovery, you board his adolescent bus and travel through tunnels of sorrow, bridges of laughter and alleys of anguish before reaching the depot of insight. Every aspect of this trip is thoroughly enjoyable as you ride Thibert’s expert story-telling and flawless execution; he’s simply one of the best narrators I’ve seen all Fringe.
AWKWARD HUG—Red River College – Roblin Centre
At 19, Cory was an introvert in a screamo band, he was fumbling through his first relationship and learning about the extent of both of his parents disabilities.
“Fringe 2018 Must-see…was totally blown away” – Broadway World
WINNER – Spirit of the fringe – London Fringe
NOMINEE – Best English Production – Montreal Fringe
CRITICS PICK – Toronto Fringe