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New Review on Linden Arden Stole The Highlights by Kat Michels

Jun 17 @ 5:31 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
While it starts off a little slow, Colin Mitchell easily picks up the momentum leading down the road to the horrible incident that causes Linden Arden to become an outcast in his little Scottish town. Despite the downtrodden nature of the man himself, Mitchell infuses a good deal of humor and play in... read all
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New Review on HE WROTE GOOD SONGS by Carol Nace

Jun 17 @ 5:30 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
This was ok. Unfortunately, the performer should have been miked. It was often times hard to hear over the music. Additionally, he forgot his lines at least twice and once needed cues from his producer. ... read all
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New Review on Some Girl(s), by Neil LaBute by Carol Nace

Jun 17 @ 5:28 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Excellent production! We enjoyed this immensely. I would recommend this to all adults. Note: The venue may only allow age 21+... read all
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New Review on Sex, Lies, and Social Media by Jordan Young

Jun 17 @ 5:25 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
ALAP's “Sex, Lies, and Social Media” is a mixed bag, but highly entertaining for the most part. The three pieces contributed by Lorin Howard, Mary Steelsmith and Elin Hampton are all consistently clever and amusing. The two short plays by Dan Berkowitz and Ron Burch are not without laughs but tend to... read all
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New Review on Who Am I And What The Hell Am I Doing? by James Ross

Jun 17 @ 5:19 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
A very fun, funny and creative one-woman show. In 30 minutes you will learn about where the writer/performer comes from and where they want to be going. Her fears and anxieties. All while mantaining a tone that is both honest and witty. Very well staged. It captures elements of tightly crafted comedy... read all
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New Review on Two Fictions by Jordan Young

Jun 17 @ 5:12 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
The first of these two one-acts, “The Pterodactyl,” never quite works, though Mary Newsome is engaging... “Delilah” is the more polished of the two pieces in script and performance; the ensemble has good chemistry and really connects with the audience. --Jordan Young, LA/OC Arts Examiner... read all
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New Review on Kharmful Charms of Daniil Kharms by Ashley Steed

Jun 17 @ 5:07 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
Adaptations of absurdist authors, such as that of Daniil Kharms, must be met with the greatest care with crisp and sharp performances. Thankfully adaptor and director Olya Petrakova and her ensemble have done just that. Having gone in with no knowledge of the Russian author and thus having no context... read all
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New Review on God of Abraham by Ashley Steed

Jun 17 @ 5:07 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
When I opened my press packet and saw a headshot of Jesus, I knew I was in for comically blasphemous night. As the title suggests, this series of sketches explores the faith behind Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Now that’s a huge topic, which is why some of the sketches work better than others. ... read all
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New Review on Gimplecapped: A Journey of "Inspiration" by Ashley Steed

Jun 17 @ 5:06 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
Dear Regan Linton and Laura Alsum, you are such an inspiration. No seriously, if I leave a show actively wanting to work with people that’s pretty damn inspiring. This series of sardonic sketches by Linton and Alsum explores the plight of the gimplecapped (a portmanteau of gimp, crippled, and hand... read all
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New Review on Into The Fog by Ashley Steed

Jun 17 @ 5:05 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
This beautiful movement-dance piece directed by Sam Szabo and Samantha Shay, is wonderfully inventive and stunning. The ensemble of eight moves with great control and dexterity and have expressive and engaging facial expressions. Although there’s not much of a story line here (and when you think y... read all
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New Review on The Most Massive Woman Wins by Ashley Steed

Jun 17 @ 5:03 PM
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There’s no doubt that body image is still very much an issue for most women – at least most women I know (myself included) have expressed some sort of dissatisfaction with their own body. Here we meet four women at a liposuction clinic. The play is interspersed with monologues, childhood flashbacks, ... read all
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New Review on There Is a Happiness That Morning Is by Ashley Steed

Jun 17 @ 5:02 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
This play manages to be both high-concept and emotionally powerful. Done entirely verse rhyme, Mikle Maher’s play about two William Blake professors who the night before were caught making love on the college green are now to apologize to the student body. Tiger Reel’s direction keeps the poetry a... read all
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New Review on Disassembly by Ashley Steed

Jun 17 @ 5:01 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
Love can drive you mad – as evident in this well structured dark farce by Steve Yockey. There is not one sane character in this play, which could’ve gone completely wrong if it weren’t for Tom Beyer’s sharp direction and his ensemble’s finely nuanced performances – I believed they were all functional... read all
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
Do you get off on danger?! Do you like watching two guys walk on glass, put nails up their nose, swallow needles and shoot at each others faces?! Then you need to go see David and Leeman! This duo is definitely a delight to watch. They bring together traditional magic tricks and stunts mixed in wi... read all
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VERDICT: AMAZING
The instant Liz Eldridge as the murderess Lydia Trueblood steps on stage she has us in the palm of her hand. This musical romp inspired by the real life husband murdering Trueblood is not just an engaging story but the music and musical talent of Eldridge is phenomenal. Musical accompaniment by Cl... read all

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