Vancouver Fringe Festival review: My Imagination Ran Away Without Me

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      Josh Green’s play is underdeveloped, but its feats of physical strength are impressive, as are the various acrobatics performed by Green and his cast. The script itself is painfully thin and the line readings are quite stiff.

      We’re meant to be following a procrastinator whose mind takes us on a series of adventures, but almost every time the characters speak, we’re snapped out of the immersive wonder of the ways they contort their bodies and work together in a circus of limbs and muscles, trust, and synchronicity. In fact, this is the rare play that would be served best by having no dialogue at all, and relying instead on physicality alone as its means of storytelling.