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From Fringe 2018
Gearshifting Performance Works—Tom Hendry Warehouse
Echoes through the audience reflect words like “fantastic,” “marvelous,” and “spectacular.” Maybe it is and I don’t get it. I have several degrees, but none of them are in Fine Arts—maybe if I did, I would get it.
They pose a couple of causes where they hold my hand and say, “here, this is what we’re talking about,” and I got it. The rest? I’m not sure—but that’s okay! The dancing and the athleticism make for a visually powerful performance that’s worth the price of admission by itself.
Surprisingly, a lot of people brought their kids along and I definitely do not see this as a kids’ show. I hear some youngster rustling but largely, the kids seem to enjoy it almost as much as the adults.