Occupy Me (second review)

Counter-Point-Occupy-Me-KEY-promo-imagePlaywright: Bronwyn Steinberg & Sarah Waisvisz

Cast: Bronwyn Steinberg

Performed at: The Studio (118 James St N)

Review by: Justin Emmett

There was an interesting atmosphere above CBC building downtown south Hamilton as fourteen participants gathered for a yoga class performed by the lovely Bronwyn Steinberg.

Through her persona Sara LotusFlower: a woman full of zest, and sometimes a bit overwhelming, will certainly encourage blood flow. The ideas of a young mind in the wake of the Occupy movement are all too familiar for anyone who might read AdBusters magazine or follow current events on Twitter.

It reads like a modern search for the soul in the post 9/11, Wall St. ridden New York, and the anxiety of dwelling in its shadow. One of the most exhausting and stress relieving acts featured at this years Fringe, the audience is encouraged to participate in Occupy Me, but there is always the option to sit out and just watch as well.

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