Mimi Hayes: I'll Be OK

Comedy (storytelling, tragedy)

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Description

Just five days into her first career as a high school teacher, Mimi Hayes' head exploded. On a blind date. Naturally, she became a stand-up comedian. I'll Be OK explores the inner-workings of Hayes' damaged brain and her odd desire to make it a punch line. On this journey, Mimi will peel herself back like an onion to reveal the truth behind her jokes and the shocking and vulnerable revelations brought about by her near brush with death and why she just can't manage to take things seriously.

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FringeReview about 8 hours ago

“Disclaimer – I might ramble a bit. It’s part of the show. I have a brain injury” Mimi Hayes starts her solo show by stating right at the beginning (before she even emerged from backstage), that her show might involve some detours. She might go off track and loose her...

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Ed Fringe Review (4/5 stars) 13 days ago

A unique piece with a lot of potential, I’ll Be Okay is definitely one to watch....

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