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|Jenny Awards 2017|
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Kimmy Zee—Red River College – Roblin Centre
This touching portrayal through laughter, tears and genuine honest performance and writing, highlights the truth in aging and motherhood. It is brilliant from start to finish. Kim’s performance is comically engaging, while pushing honestly into the heartbreak and joy every mother and woman feels. Beautifully strong and simplistic staging that enhances the lovely reoccurring thread of poetry and characterization. Bravo!
MIDDLEhood—Red River College – Roblin Centre
Originally titled, Mittelschmerz (middle pain), this dramedy was nominated for the Harry Rintoul Award and had a SOLD-OUT run in the 2014 Winnipeg Fringe Fest.
This is your last chance to catch it in Winnipeg!
“MIDDLEhood, is a connective roller coaster of a middle-aged woman’s life. The play is peppered with self-deprecating humour and real-life heartache. There is a true strength and heart to this production.” ★★★★★ Grid City Magazine (Saint John, NB)