The Last Astronaut

ensemble theatre · asylum @ the mccadden · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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DEANA BARONE certified reviewer · June 04, 2016
Naturalistic, charismatic acting with well written dialogue.... full review

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GRACE H certified reviewer · June 20, 2016
This play taps into the human desire to be loved contrasted with the things that get in the way of giving and receiving love -- a stigmatized occupation, religion, and preconceived notions around who is allowed, and who isn't allowed, to fall in love are the main themes being explored here. I really enjoyed this play, and I would definitely recommend it. The writing is fast paced, and the Hemingway joke made me giggle. Nice work! ... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 20, 2016
I did not like this show at all. The story was disjointed and uninteresting. The direction seemed lazy and most the performances were lacking and one note.... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 17, 2016
Miss this one. Vapid, shallow writing and corny punch-lines are under-delivered by novice actors. ... full review

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ANONYMOUS · June 25, 2016
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This play needs re writing. There is a kernel of something good here but it needs a lot of work. I felt like I was watching a research and development workshop of an idea yet to be refined into a cohesive play. Keep going with this idea but you shouldn't be charging people to see something which is not ready. ... full review

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YOU IN MIDAIR

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On July 18, 1989, the blooming Hollywood career of actress Rebecca Schaeffer was cut tragically short when she was murdered on her front step by an obsessed fan. You In Midair is her mother’s spellbinding, true story.

Final two shows! Sat at 7pm, Sun at 3pm

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Who knew that being afraid of tubas would be the most reasonable thing going on these days? Come see us. Share a heartfelt laugh. Let the storytelling push away our fears. Participants PYWC Volunteers are free.