FringeLiveStream Presents - GRADE FIVE WEBSITE CAMP by Laura Anne Harris
From creator of Pitch Blonde, The Homemaker, Destiny, USA, and These things... they build up over time, comes a new set of stories surrounding Laura Anne Harris’ youth. Summer camps, self-discovery and tales of friendship, Laura weaves together new material for a pandemic pop-up storytelling show.
Instagram: @lauranneharris Twitter: @lauraanneharri1Website: www.lauraanneharris.com
"Harris’ story is a hour-long testament to empathy and the belief that wherever you are, you are exactly where you need to be."The Toronto Star (Destiny, USA)
"This bird’s-eye view was a treasure trove for Harris, happily blessed with a writer’s eye.”Victoria Times Colonist (Destiny, USA)
"...funny, poignant and heartbreaking—a truly great piece of theatre.”Mooney on Theatre (The Homemaker)
Pitch blond is an absorbing one-woman show,”The Orlando Sentinel (Pitch Blonde)
“Harris portrays Holliday with an advance sense of irony,”The Ottawa Citizen (Pitch Blonde)
Tune into Facebook.com/fringelivestream 20 minutes before showtime, sit back and enjoy!
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Laura Anne Harris (Writer/Performer) is a writer/performer/director, born and raised in Victoria, B.C. She completed her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia. She has toured two award winning solo shows: Pitch Blonde and The Homemaker across North America. Most recently Pitch Blonde was produced at the Ware Centre in Lancaster, PA and the Toronto Centre for the Arts. She premiered her first full length play Red/Rouge at the IF Festival in Bangkok, Thailand. In 2019 she toured her third solo show Destiny, USA to Ottawa, Toronto, Edmonton, Victoria, and Vancouver on the Canadian Fringe circuit. This past spring the production held its professional debut at The Belfry Theatre's Spark Festival and was part of #CanadaPerforms curated by The National Arts Centre