ALWAYS UNIQUE, TOTALLY INTERESTING, SOMETIMES MYSTERIOUS – Toronto Fringe 2018 Press Release

From Press Release

Always Unique, Totally Interesting, Sometimes Mysterious is a one-woman show about the challenges and triumphs of living with autism. It tells the story of Chloe, and her neuro-typical sister Olivia, as they try and navigate their way through high school and adolescence. Always Unique […] gives audiences a glimpse into Chloe and Olivia’s lives, where sensory overload and meltdowns are a daily occurrence. It also shows the perspective of both girls and the struggles they face while trying to define and fight for their independence.

Always Unique, Totally Interesting, Sometimes Mysterious is a phenomenal piece of theatre. Funny, moving, awe-inspiring […] it is a work of astonishing creativity and maturity. A highlight of the Fringe 2015, it walks the fine line between being perfectly realized as is and offering a tantalizing glimpse of the work it might become.” (The View Magazine, Hamilton)

Details

  • Always Unique, Totally Interesting, Sometimes Mysterious plays at the Tarragon Theatre Solo Room. (30 Bridgman Ave.)
  • Tickets are $13, including a $2 service charge. The festival also offers a range of money-saving passes and discounts for serious Fringers.
  • Tickets can be purchased online, by telephone (416-966-1062), from the Festival Box Office at Scadding Court (707 Dundas St. W.), and — if any remain — from the venue’s box office starting one hour before curtain.
  • This venue is wheelchair-accessible through a secondary route. Check in at the venue box office at least 15 minutes before showtime, and a staff member will escort you to the venue. Accessible seating is in the front row.
  • Be aware that Fringe performances always start exactly on time, and that latecomers are never admitted.

Performances

  • Wednesday July 4th, 10:00 pm
  • Saturday July 7th, 1:30 pm
  • Sunday July 8th, 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday July 10th, 3:15 pm
  • Wednesday July 11th, 4:45 pm
  • Thursday July 12th, 8:00 pm
  • Friday July 13th, 3:30 pm
  • Saturday July 14th, 9:45 pm

Photo of Alyson Parovel by Mark Kreder