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A Love Story

A 60-minute solo storytelling show best described as

"Motorcycle Diaries" meets "Eat, Pray, Love" set in Vietnam. 

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what people are saying

Diana B.

"I saw this show at Atlanta Fringe and it was absolutely amazing. Flora’s story is powerful and exhilarating, and she is so honest and vulnerable throughout that you can’t help but be totally swept away. Just a fantastic piece of storytelling!"

Rodney B.

"I caught this show in Atlanta, and it's extremely beautiful and funny. You get wrapped up in the journey right away. The discoveries she makes along the road are surprising and bittersweet. I loved it."

Dani H.

"What a breathtaking, heartbreaking, awe-inspiring, deeply thoughtful piece of art. I cannot get this story out of my head. Thank you so much for sharing it with us."

Benjamin B.

"Brace yourself! This is a non-stop hour of emotion and action, alternating between vignettes from a lifetime of trauma and the 2000-mile road trip Ms. Le takes on her motorcycle across Vietnam to try to bring peace to her own life and her remembrance of a difficult father. Funny in places, terrifying in others, in the end I was left in tears when I saw it in Cincinnati!"

Nicolas S.

"I saw this show in Denver and was completely engrossed in the storytelling. Flora weaves seamlessly between the timelines of her parallel narratives. The visual and gestural echoes between childhood and young adulthood in Canada and her motorcycle journey across Vietnam are masterful, bringing worlds with decades and oceans between them side-by-side. It's heart-wrenching. It's poetic. And that makes those small, intimate moment of finding connection and levity all the more satisfying."

flora.le00@gmail.com

Washington, DC

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