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Laughs will be your alarm clock if you get nightmares after watching this kooky display of physical comedy that re-enacts the often unexplainable notions we dream about when we seek some shuteye.
The rubber-faced Nayana Fielkov dozes off at the beginning of Falling Awake, but that's where the nonsense begins as Fielkov and her partner-in-mime, Matthew (Poki) McCorkle, combat thunderstorms, depict saucy seductions, display dizzying legerdemain and don eerie masks to play a fascinating game of chess that would baffle the most experienced of grandmasters.
This Vancouver-based duo, who are making their Winnipeg fringe debut, wrap the hour-long show up perfectly with a singalong to the famous Everly Brothers hit All I Have to Do is Dream. Are fringe shows this good just a fantasy? Not anymore.