one woman show

If there's a "Local-girl-makes-good" Cinderella story at this year's Fringe it's Missie Peters' Public Confessions of a Public Servant. Peters managed to pack the Victoria Event Centre on a Tuesday night, only her third show of the festival. Confessions is also her first Fringe perrformance.

Public Confessions by Missie Peters

A word of warning: it seems every year I review one play that turns into less a review and more of a fanboy gush. Last year it was the Jonno Katz comedy The Spy. This year it's going to be AfterLife, a flat-out superb piece of theatre.

First off, Candy Simmons is simply a great actor. Watching her work solo for 70 minutes is an acting class in a box. It's a rare treat to watch a performer this poised, present and confident at the Fringe level. The play presents us with three distinct American women from different...

Afterlife...back for more.