Yes, Corrin Raymond ends this piece with a Prologue. It's appropriate, as it does feel like a beginning since Corrin has just taken his audience with him on a magical mystery tour of literature.
I did not know what to expect and had no reference from any previous experiences from the RC Weslowski body of work, but after the show and thinking of what I just saw (or did it happen?), such expectations could have ruined this wonderfully tripped out time.
Choice Words: Secrets and Truths is unusual among this year’s Uno Fest shows. Instead of a single actor and their trusty technician, it offers the audience a pack of professional storytellers, folklorists, fairytale spinners and traditionally styled musicians (and their trusty technician). It’s a taste of oral traditions that does a good job cleansing your theatrical palate after a week of “first-person” actors.
Despite two enormous screens that stand behind him and a slide show that sometimes blurs like magic into moving images, William Yang acts out one of oldest and simplest forms of performance: storytelling.