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 anonymous certified reviewer

What I liked

This show’s characters were unique. I felt that each of them were fleshed out. The story was intriguing and fresh. I felt a strong chemistry between Charles and Jim. There were lots of different philosophies thrown around in this show. Every character was trying to fill that void in their own lives. They were trying to hold on to something and grip it as tight as they could, to not let go, when they found it.

What I didn't like

There was a scene that I felt lacked energy in the show. Jim’s first talks with Edmund seemed a little to rehearsed. It felt like Jim was almost reading off a page in some sections of it. However, Jim really picked it up after that scene and made me believe his character more and more.

My overall impression

It was a great show. It really makes you think about peoples nature in a realistic way.

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