Absolute Zero (How Lovers and Sad People Hold Up the World)

ensemble theatre · n/a · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by MOIRA MALLACH
June 04, 2016

What I liked

Amazing acting, strong storyline, and overall suburb performance!

What I didn't like

no bathroom breaks

My overall impression

I really enjoyed the storyline written, produced, co-directed, as well as starring Ryan Lisman. It’s a sad yet realistic plot themed around the superficial relationships we carry on within our everyday lives. It sometimes takes an odd (in this case) bond between people to feel the power and warmth in real connection. Both Ryan Lisman (Charles) and Daniel Ballard ( Jim) perform with such beautiful vulnerability it makes the storyline all the more realistic in our modern day lonely society.
David Skyler is also extremely talented portraying a criminal psychologist, it actually made me wonder if when he is not performing if that is his actual career? And if that is the case maybe I too should commit a crime to be able to get some one on one therapy with him?? His role was essential because it guided the audience as to the linier order of events, without his strong talent communicating what was going on I would have been completely lost.All and all great show and superb acting-real talent here!!

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