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by | Sep 7, 2018 | Review | 0 comments

Writer and solo performer Keara Barnes has a warmly engaging stage presence—which counts—but her travel stories barely reach the level of being mildly interesting and there’s almost no sense in the script of growing insight or any other kind of accumulation.

 Remaining performances at the Havana Theatre on September 8 (2:55 p.m.), 9 (6:20 p.m.), 10 (6 p.m.), 12 (6 p.m.), 14 (7:45 p.m.), and 15 (2:55 p.m.) > Colin Thomas


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