How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Lost My Virginity: a One-Woman Show by Aileen Clark
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What if, by engaging your imagination and opening your mind, you could alter reality and unlock the door to a world of wonders? Welcome to the realm of KURIOS -- Cabinet of Curiosities from Cirque du Soleil. Step into the curio cabinet of an ambitious inventor who defies the laws of time, space and dimension in order to reinvent everything around him. Suddenly, the visible becomes invisible, perspectives are transformed, and the world is literally turned upside down in a place that's as beautiful as it is mysterious. Stunning acrobatics blend with unusual curiosity acts, and otherworldly characters spring to life before your eyes. Is this magical, mechanical land real, or just a figment of your imagination? You have to see it to disbelieve it. Your ticket to this thrilling experience from Cirque du Soleil includes a souvenir to take home as well as popcorn, a soft drink and candy to enjoy during the show. Learn More
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Aileen is an amazing performer. You really need to watch this show, it was incredibly funny and also had moments that made me want to cry. Overall, I'd give this performance 5 out of 5 stars. You won't regret it.
Everyone in the venue was welcoming. The venue is small, but thats what made the experience intimate and enjoyable. :)
1 woman, 3 languages, 21 characters and a fist fight. The kinda/sorta female love child of John Lequizamo and Mike Myers. Aileen Clark chronicles her true life story about being the whitest latinita on the planet, finding life in death, and learning why you never fall in love with men who act like your father (especially if said men happen to be gay). Written by Aileen Clark and John Caldon. Directed by Claire Rice.