PSYCHOSEXUAL: A Love Story

musicals and operas · met theatre · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by MANDY KRONBECK
June 22, 2016

tagged as: Relationships · sexuality · musical · comedy · drama · lgbt

What I liked

I lIked this show so much that I saw it twice! I loved the chemistry between the characters, especially Leah and Brad. Sarah and Floyd were great both times; each pair of actors I saw play these roles had great things to bring to the roles. The second Sarah I saw has an especially lovely voice. And, of course, the actress who played Omeika blew the roof off both times!

I loved the story line and the unexpected twists in the second act. This is such a lovely play that I would recommend to anyone interested in sex, love, and relationships.

What I didn't like

The only thing I can say is that the second Sarah and Floyd I saw were a bit better than the first. But, as I said above, each of them brought something unique to the roles.

My overall impression

This is a wonderful story with brilliant, deep characters. I loved the twisty story line and concept. I recommend it highly!

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