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Vancouver Fringe Press Release

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MEDIA RELEASE July 28th, 2017 HOW I LOST ONE POUND, THE MUSICAL written & performed by Lesley Carlberg Vancouver Fringe Festival September 7-17, 2017 Firehall Arts Centre (280 East Cordova St at Gore Ave) Tickets vancouverfringe.com Fifth Fringe Comedy from Lesley Carlberg a Hilarious Song & Dance  Solo Show about the Search for Happiness Cue the music! This comedic solo show takes stand-up to the next level as Lesley Carlberg sings and dances her way through some of her life’s most …

Edmonton Media Kit

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MEDIA RELEASE July 28th, 2017 HOW I LOST ONE POUND, THE MUSICAL written & performed by Lesley Carlberg Edmonton International Fringe Festival August 17th-27th, 2017 Varscona Hotel – Rutherford Room – 8208 106 St NW Tickets tickets.fringetheatre.ca Fifth Fringe Comedy from Lesley Carlberg a Hilarious Song & Dance  Solo Show about the Search for Happiness Cue the music! This comedic solo show takes stand-up to the next level as Lesley Carlberg sings and dances her way through some of her life’s …

Winnipeg Media Kit

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MEDIA RELEASE June 26th, 2017 HOW I LOST ONE POUND, THE MUSICAL written & performed by Lesley Carlberg July 19 -30 Dramatic Arts Centre “she’s hilariously adorable and utterly unpredictable “ – http://apt613.ca Ottawa Fringe Lesley Carlberg is proud to present her fifth Fringe comedy about a mom who is searching to find happiness, to realize her purpose in life and maybe lose weight: “How I Lost One Pound, The Musical” Not really a musical. But there’s singing & dancing! …

Big News! Save the date!  

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Big News! Save the date!  OTTAWA FRINGE FESTIVAL!  JUNE 8th – 18th, 2017 Lesley Carlberg is proud to present her fifth Fringe comedy about a mom who is searching to find happiness, to realize her purpose in life and maybe lose weight: “How I Lost One Pound, The Musical” Abandoned mom and lost soul, Lesley Carlberg has spent her life battling the muffin top. But now she has even bigger problems: her kids have left home so what is she …

Laughing at Fat

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Encouraged by success at the Toronto Fringe festival last year, ex-realtor Lesley Carlberg is aiming to take her play How I Lost One Pound, The Musical to New York It all started with the title. Theatre producer Lesley Carlberg had a respectable run with her latest show at the Toronto Fringe Festival last summer. The revue-style show featured eight women wearing white tutus and chained to weigh scales. Most were on the plump side, by design. “I was collaborating with …

“How I Lost One Pound, The Musical”, July 2013 Totnes, England

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We extend a warm welcome to our five special guests from Canada: From left to right: Tracey Erin Smith (festival co-director) Lesley Carlberg Elenna Mosoff Briane Nasimok Marj Wingrove

“When I Grow Up, A Personal Narrative” July 2009, Toronto

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WHEN I GROW UP: a personal narrative Congratulations !!!!!! What a great show!!! You are the best!!! flight attendant.  Doug keeps calling it Interpretive Dance: Flight Attendant.  I was laughing so hard and your face was hilarious because it never changes in the song.  We are so proud of you …all of it was great you are a natural on stage!! Helen You were great on stage!!! I loved the stewardess skit.  Barb was great too. Thanks for the fun …

Before 2009

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When I Grow Up: a personal narrative Our comedy romp program: 1/Clown 2/Lemonade 3/Have Fun 4/Stand-up 5/Fly 6/Rock 7/Stand-Up 8/Sing 9/Dance 10/Play. In other words: our rules for life we try to follow. Is it too late to dream about what you want to be when you grow up? Hope not! We surrender to you our aspirations from childhood dreams and grown-up reveries in a  comedy variety show of  clowning, stand-up, & singing, dancing, & sketch. It’s a little bit …