The Amitycode

ensemble theatre · devin crittenden productions & argos ranch · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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June 04, 2017 certified reviewer

tagged as: Intelligent · high energy · hilarious · Love · robots · fun · technology · funny

What I liked

I loved the story. The concept was new and nothing like I’ve ever seen before. The script was fast paced, clever, and fun. The actors were fantastic and truly brought the story to life. Devin Crittenden was hilarious as the socially flawed genius coder who tries to create artificial love. Morgan Matthews delivered a deceptively deep performance as robot and I marveled at it. I could swear halfway through the play, she was in fact artificial. Sarah Elisabeth Johnston served as the catalyst for the entire play. Her scene was powerful and touching, she was the heart. Ky Soto was irreverent and hilarious as the cocky dj.

What I didn't like

Nothing really. My only comment is I wish they were able to have stage hands so Samantha was a surprise reveal as well.

My overall impression

This show is a must-see! It is so refreshing to see a play with such a new take on love, technology and morality. I think this play is fresh, fun and tragically hysterical. It really pushes the envelope and I was thoroughly impressed. I would definitely see it again. How can humans find love in this fast-paced technologically advanced world we live in? Duh… sex bots. Bravo to the cast and crew.

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