#Hashtag

ensemble theatre · the mechanical heart · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States

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GREEN BEING · June 15, 2013
Uh uh... Damn you Social Network!!! Enjoyed #Hashtag very much. Smart. Fun. Go see it if you can.... full review

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ERIK ENGMAN certified reviewer · June 16, 2013
A great show that investigates relationships in the digital age and how technology has made it easy for getting together, cheating, breaking up and how it affects us. Very cleverly staged and a great cast. Definitely worth seeing!... full review

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ANONYMOUS · June 16, 2013
What an incredible show! I've seen it twice now and I loved it even more the second time. It is a wonderful example of true ensemble theater. The actors are awesome - the character of Ivan will break your heart and make you laugh at the same time! Everyone is in the moment - kudos to the cast and director! An absolute must see! ... full review

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DENNIS RYAN · June 16, 2013
I have seen #Hashtag twice now. Both times I have been completely taken in by each other the characters - their lives, their stories, their plight. Both times, I want to get out of my chair and tell Kit to stop making the choices he does. I want to give Nicole a hug when she can't seem to get one from Kit. Everyone wants to see Ivan do well, his character is so lovable. Each cast member IS their character to the max. The "musical" number intro is absolutely amazing. The plot and the stories that encircle it are issues that anyone can relate to. Everyone involved in this production should be beyond proud of their end product. Congrats, #Hashtaggers :) Can't wait to see it again. If you haven't seen it, I highly suggest you do.... full review

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PAULA HIGGINS · June 16, 2013
Okay, I saw another review that said the show was smartly written, tightly directed... Well, there aren't more accurate words than that. I would add though that #Hashtag was fun and touching all wrapped up in a witty social commentary. Solid characters performed by a great ensemble. I may just have to see it again, you know, just to make sure.... full review

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ANONYMOUS · June 16, 2013
Extremely entertaining. I had an amazing time watching these actors portray society in LA. It reminds us to put down our phones, computers, ipads, tablets, and other new age toys out future has in store for us. Entertaining and thoughtful.... full review

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BRANDY WILKERSON · June 16, 2013
This is the first show I have seen at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2013. I have to say that I am glad I started with #HASHTAG. It was hilarious, the acting was authentic, and the story relates to what is happening in today's world. It was so much fun!! Great job by the entire cast.... full review

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SYDNEY GAVIN · June 16, 2013
Absolutely loved this show. It was witty, funny, and emotionally triggering and relatable to all of us. I highly recommend anyone, at any age to see this show. You won't be disappointed. The actors also did a phenomenal job--particularly the two men who played Kit & Ivan. Both had incredible chemistry with the story and stage, and were physically captivating in their ability to flow throughout the story with physical expression. Watching them both was a lot of fun. There were plenty of times when I felt exactly what they wanted me to feel. ... full review

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PAT MUSICK certified reviewer · June 07, 2013
Social media can hurt you and help you! A group of great actors get together and prove that life in LA is difficult at best, and exciting at it's worst. The human factor gets lost in a sea of tweets, texts, instagrams, and smartphones that seem welded to the players hands. Clever, funny, and heartbreaking, this is new satire that says be careful what you wish for. ... full review

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