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Written by Anush Aslibekyan, the two-person play has already had a successful career, having toured the world for the past eight years and scheduled to be staged elsewhere in the Arab world in the future.Grigoryan's performance was particularly impressive, fluctuating from being a child in a fairy-tale world to frightened, sightless woman.One particularly impressive innovation was the upstage Velcro wall, with which Grigoryan interacted throughout the first act.The first act closed spectacularly with Grigoryan affixing herself to the wall, flying into the unknown as her character goes into the surgery.The second act was, perhaps intentionally, less enjoyable than the first, with the doctor's apartment replacing the young girl's fantasy.
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