Fringe Review: Pearls
Posted on: Mon 22 Mar 2021
Imagine yourself, on a warm evening, sitting in the Rose Garden in the Adelaide Botanic Park. And for the night the beautiful garden becomes an outdoor open-air theatre where a monologue is about to take place: PEARLS
At the centre Tracy Crisp shares with us a true family story, featuring a pearls necklace that can’t be found, that will take you on a journey and make you smile, laugh, cry and wonder. Combining theatre and storytelling, PEARLS is full of anecdotes and vibrant memories told with humour and a patchwork of feelings celebrating life. It is a wonderful performance, beautifully written and told about family, relationships, death, grief and everything in between that builds ever-lasting memories of all those little moments that make life unique and worth it.
Virginie the Frenchie, for The Range, was at the Open Air Theatre at Black Box in Adelaide Botanic Garden to review this moving and poetic Fringe show PEARLS by Tracy Crisp and tells you all about it in today’s Fringe review!
Image provided by: Media Files supplied by Tracy Crisp on Fringe AVR
Produced by: Virginie the Frenchie