Broken Bone Bathtub. In an intimate conversation with the audience, amid a bath of strategically placed bubbles, O'Loughlin recounts her experience with a bike accident resulting in the broken bone of the title. But rather than just a personal monologue, this is a dialogue about what it feels like to be vulnerable, hurt, and wanting comfort from a city that so often delivers a cold shoulder. The topics discussed aren't overly intense, but they are personal, and participation is gently sought from each audience member. But O'Loughlin never pushes hard, and the point is about finding common ground and feeling a little less alone. Bring an open heart, leave with a singular experience (and a soap sample).
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Seated around a small bathroom on tiny stools with an audience of about six to eight people, you are not far from performer Siobhan O'Loughlin in her one-woman show