The Disney Delusion
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.