What’s Left of Us, looks at the uniqueness of life

Justin Many Fingers performs a solo to haunting music that he says shows the disconnect he felt from the Earth growing up.

By Chase Jarrett Woodland Cultural Centre kicked off a jam-packed winter schedule with “What’s Left of Us” a startling piece of theatre art. The 55 minute performance by artists Justin Many Fingers and Bryan Solomon included two 10 minute solos, and a 25 minute show. There were about a dozen show-goers. Both artists suffered from a condition known as amniotic band syndrome (ABS) as babies, which led to them being born with small or missing left hands. “What’s Left of Us”, a two year old show, explores their condition. “We originally created this together about two years ago. This was a story I really wanted to explore but was too scared to do it by myself,” said Many Fingers. “Think of the kind of negative that comes from even saying…

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