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HIP – New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich

Writer and Performer: Jolie Booth Reviewer: Glen Pearce Shows, like ourselves, develop over time and it’s is not often a reviewer gets the chance to revisit a fringe production nine months after an initial reviewing. When the show in question looks at how a real life develops it adds an extra poignancy. Last year saw Jolie Booth debut her one-woman ...

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BRIGHTON FRINGE: HIP – The Marlborough

Writer and Performer: Jolie Booth Reviewer:Glen Pearce Our local history tends to focus on the gentry or the famous, but just as fascinating, in fact often more so, is the history of those who slip under the radar. In Jolie Booth's 'extra-live' version of her one-woman show,Hip, she recounts the real-life story of Brighton woman, Anne Clarke, who died alone ...

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HIP - Brighton fringe

Brighton Bites is our series of short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Jolie Booth of Kryia Arts tells us about HIP, performing at The Marlborough, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? A true story of squatters, a local legend’s life and an investigation into our own lives, ...

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Hip & Darkling – IRT Theater, New York

Writer: Nora Woolley (HiP), Kim Katzberg (Darling) Director: Raquel Cion Reviewer: Jamie Rosler Two solo shows, developed over two years, explore the recent past from two very different times and places. Hip and Darkling both deal with characters fighting the ever-present voice inside their heads that pines, “I feel worried that I’m nobody.” Hip brings us to Williamsburg, Brooklyn in ...

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