Preview: No Stranger Than Home

World traveler and Minneapolis writer Katherine Glover compiles her multicultural life experiences into this one-woman piece, saying it's only after stumbling into any number of awkward moments out in the world that one can appreciate a nice slice of hum

May 26, 2009 at 2:06 pm

World traveler and Minneapolis writer Katherine Glover compiles her multicultural life experiences into this one-woman piece. The fringe festival veteran says it’s only after stumbling into any number of awkward moments out in the world that one can appreciate a nice slice of humble pie.

“No matter how much you’ve traveled, no matter how much you think you know, there are always things that will surprise you,” she says. “It can be humiliating and uncomfortable — and often very funny, especially in retrospect — but in the end, refusing to acknowledge what you don’t know is going to get you in a lot more trouble.”

Sounds enlightening and entertaining.

Performed at Art Academy of Cincinnati May 29 and 31 and June 2, 4 and 6 (see map of Fringe venues here)