Blind Spots

ensemble theatre · dalton-pawle productions · Ages 16+ · 1hr · United States of America

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ELIZABETH ALAN certified reviewer · June 02, 2018
Thought-provoking and hilarious; a thoroughly enjoyable experience. ... full review

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RONN JOHNSTONE certified reviewer · June 10, 2018
Smart writing, strong performances, clear direction--a definite "go see" at this year's Fringe... full review

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RACHEL ARTENIAN certified reviewer · June 16, 2018
This was an interesting story, well written and told with wonderful actors! We thoroughly enjoyed the play. The topic of the play is timely and relevant to the fractious world we live in.... full review

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BOB LEGGETT indie voice blog · June 19, 2018
tagged as: fun · free speech · female cast · drama
Thank you Colette Freedman for creating such a moving and stirring play, and for daring to do it without a single male! Constance Dalton-Pawie has directed a masterpiece of theater, which is one of the best shows at HFF18. Her delightful cast (Tamara Burgess, Koni McCurdy, Lindsay McGee, Michelle Pedersen and Veronica Wylie) work well as an ensemble. The chemistry between these players is very evident, and makes the show seem like a documentary on free speech.... full review

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ESTHER MOREAU · June 09, 2018
Relatable and genuinely funny, 'Blind Spots' is thoroughly enjoyable and relevant.... full review

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RICARDO NAVAS certified reviewer · June 10, 2018
tagged as: heartfelt · smart · funny
Blindspot’s strikes a beautiful balance between comedy and drama. It’s smart and heartfelt. The performances ring true and made me feel like an eavesdropping spy. The writing was sharp yet real. Beautifully directed, this production moved briskly to its fantastic end. ... full review

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ERIC LARKIN certified reviewer · June 11, 2018
Classic Freedman: sharp women, wit, eccentricity, surprising twists.... full review

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