Lolita, Daisy, Ophelia: A Love Story

ensemble theatre · the moirai · world premiere · United States of America

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THOMAS GREENHALGH certified reviewer · June 07, 2016
An inspired idea, three powerful performances, great writing, great production, and entertaining thought-provoking theatre. You'll never read "Lolita", "The Great Gatsby" or "Hamlet" the same way again.... full review

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COREY LIBOW · June 06, 2016
A fascinating exploration into the psyche of three famous ladies from the Western canon, Lolita, Daisy, Ophelia: A Love Story is at turns hilarious, whimsical, thoughtful, and devastating. As these characters learn about each other, they learn more about themselves as well, and manage to stake out new territory away from the patriarchal voice that controls these iconic works. You won't be able to read these stories in the same way again!... full review

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JENNIFER ASHE · June 22, 2016
Wonderful idea to see what three iconic characters from male written and driven classics would do if freed from the confines of their stories. Very strong cast with unique voices.... full review

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FRANCESCA GAMEZ certified reviewer · June 25, 2016
This is one of my favorite shows at this years Fringe. It's devised so beautifully. The story it tells is poignant and topical and unfortunately necessary in today's society. This show needs to be put up again or extended!! ... full review

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