Colette Nichol is very theatrical with a cool style, a wicked costume, super make-up, a stunning voice and fantastical characters. But the story is unclear. With a dramaturge and an outside eye I'll bet this could be a really fine piece.
Colette goes to extremes and keeps a strong connection to her audience as she swiftly switches in and out of humourous characters. The MOST Unimportant Criminal is not your typical realism in a box, which makes it an interesting and creative choice here at the Hamilton Fringe.
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