Surreal and inventive, Journey uses minimal lighting and beautiful projections to retell this classic French story. It’s a unique sensory poem of voices, shapes and movement, not like anything else I’ve seen at Fringe.
Even in shadows, the performances fully support the style of the piece. Patricia Mizen is particularly strong, embodying her many characters with grace. Irina Kompa’s unique vision gives this show its uniqueness.
It’s a calming and lovely hour of theatre.