Wait, do you mean the show that we gave big ups to last year? The show that's kind of like a live episode of Biography, except it's up-close and personal and intimately interactive in front of friends and strangers?
Yes, that show.
The show that recreates the experiences of one woman's tumultuous life – recreates it upon you and the rest of the audience? And yet it's – we thought so, anyway, and so did everyone else we talked to who experienced it – one of the most enjoyable theatre events in recent memory?
Yes: It's back, as part of the awesome sprawl of Fusebox events. Ah, Fusebox!
The festival has so damned many shows to recommend, and this is definitely one of them.
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