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Fringe Show Reviews

Head of a Youth

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From the Fringe program:

A take on youth and its resilience throughout the generations. While closing the café, 2 young coworkers form an awkward friendship through both the silence and the thoughts that they share. Join She and Her as they quarrel with confusion, dance impulsively and waste their time together. In a physical and dialectic piece of theatre, today's youth appears just as obstinate as yesterdays… perhaps with a few differences.

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