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Theatre Reviews

In The Dis­ney Delu­sion, writer/​performer Leif Ole­son-Cor­ma­ck receives an email from a for­mer lover named Arthur, ask­ing him to go on a trip. Instead of going on a trip to an all-inclu­sive resort where Arthur might hit on oth­er guys, Ole­son-Cor­ma­ck opts for Dis­ney­land, where he believes he’ll have Arthur all to him­self. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, the plan goes amiss.

This is a great one-per­son auto­bi­o­graph­i­cal Fringe show — it’s a hon­est sto­ry above love that man­ages to be very fun­ny, even though there are some dark­er moments in this tale. Ole­son-Cor­ma­ck is very like­able and com­bined with a sto­ry full of twists, he keeps the audi­ence engaged in his adven­ture. It’s a long trip to St. Boni­face, but it’s worth it to see this show.