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The Cloud Factory
Presented by InTrouble Productions


Reviewed: 2005-07-24 13:59:12
Rated: 7 out of 10 [3.5 Stars]
By: Lorraine James (e-mail private -- log in to view)

Alix Sobler has a way with characters, sifting through them in a moment, bringing out their thoughts and feelings about the cloud factory. Dispite the southern accent, there was something so prairie-region about it, and if I still lived in Vancouver, I'd have been homesick watching this. I love shows that have a clever tie-in at the end, and this girl popped out a modest tune on the guitar that floated in my memory after I left the venue. Yes, it's described as whimsical, but that's what this show it. It's not meant to bring you down or make you laugh painfully, but to present the idea that there's a factory that produces clouds and how this little town called Sommerville is dependent on this machinary. I hope to see more of her original works in the future.

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