Milvotchkee, Visconsin: A Comedy About the Tragedy of Dementia
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The last date listed for Milvotchkee, Visconsin was Sunday June 29, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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Morphing in and out of a multitude of characters, writer-actress Kiki Yeung takes you through a day… More
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Featured review from Teri Barwood
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Great acting by the cast, especially the leading lady. That was a long time to perform. Setting transitions were well done. I didn't feel like it was really a comedy though, but cleverly getting into the mind of someone experiencing dementia and the attitudes of those around her. This was our first time at 10th Ave Theatre...it was nice, but parking could be difficult.
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The acting was amazing. Linda Libby never disappoints. The script was excellent and unpredictable and also very funny for a tough subject like Alzheimer's. i highly recommend it, although it is also a tear jerker if you have any connection to...continued
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