The Amitycode

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

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XENIA NIEB certified reviewer · June 03, 2017
tagged as: comedic · romance · Love · relationships. · robots · future
I thought this was a fantastic play that raised very important questions about relationships, love and humanity. Truthful, gripping and incredibly powerful. I would absolutely recommend watching it!:)... full review

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NATHANIEL BEAVER fringetv 2017 · June 05, 2017
Like an episode of Black Mirror: Scary to what may be possible in our all too near future...... full review

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GRAYSON LOW certified reviewer · June 04, 2017
A wonderful play with wonderful performances from everyone in the cast. Highly entertaining, hysterically funny, and deeply moving. Good theater should be as provocative as it is entertaining and Mr. Crittenden finds the perfect balance here. I was thinking about it long after blackout. The Amitycode is sure to be a highlight of your festival experience. Go see it!... full review

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ASHLEY STEED stage raw and la bitter lemons · June 19, 2017
Considering I just read a headline about sex robots becoming common aspects of life in less than 10 years, this play seems especially on-topic. Pete (Devin Crittenden, who writes and stars) purchases the latest sex robot from Japan and reprograms her (the robot identifies as a she) to love him. Crittenden is convincing as Pete: heartbroken, nerdy, and very impressed by his own invention. We see his hubris begin to take hold as he continues tweaking Exa, his robotic girlfriend whose sole purpose is to love him unconditionally. Morgan Matthews as the robot Exa is a marvel in this show — her voice and mannerisms never give way to human emotions, and her eyes stay mechanical as she blinks and processes the information around her all while stayin... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 05, 2017
tagged as: Engaging · poignant · funny
i enjoyed myself much...the humor, the storyline, acting etc. i am going to return to see it after it has been presented a few times.... full review

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KELLY RUSSO certified reviewer · June 04, 2017
tagged as: Intelligent · high energy · hilarious · Love · robots · fun · technology · funny
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. ... full review

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LA'VEL STACY certified reviewer · June 13, 2017
I LOVED IT!! I left thinking "damn, this could really be a reality one day... wait, it IS actually..." great job to Devin for writing this and the rest of the team for telling this story ❤... full review

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TERRANCE HODGES certified reviewer · June 13, 2017
tagged as: romance · relantionships · technology · comedy
It was fun with phenomenal writing and great actors. More than worth the price of admission to see this one. If you choose any show, this is the one to put at the top of your list.... full review

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KATIE RYAN certified reviewer · June 13, 2017
So much care and enthusiasm put into this production... full review

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RICHARD LUCAS certified reviewer · June 17, 2017
Crittenden’s “Pete” stitches together a female Frankenstein with coding rather than sutures to repair his own broken heart. And as with most mad scientists, his own heightened needs supersede the ethics of using his skills in the timeless quest for something more perfect than human. I had a great time at this fast-paced and fun sit-com feeling comedy tightly directed by Nick Cimiluca and smoothly executed by the ensemble cast. All four actors were wonderfully live and loose and grounded within the story. Crittenden’s a blast as the ambitious and self-conscious, overthinking brainiac. Ky Soto has a fantastic, easy stage presence and earns big laughs as Pete’s best friend with a polar personality. Sarah Johnston delivers a superb, heartfelt sp... full review

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