Michael Kearns' Bloodbound

ensemble theatre · moon mile run · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · 72 mins · United States of America

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TRACEY PALEO, GIA ON THE MOVE gia on the move · June 01, 2018
tagged as: Love · lgbt · drama
Highly Recommended. Kearns has developed a uniquely descriptive, empathetic story. Bloodbound is a profound, committed journey.... full review

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STEVE TYLER certified reviewer · June 02, 2018
This is a Night Out at The Theater. Superbly written. Brilliant Direction and Incredible Performance by all 4 actors. 99 Seat Theater in Los Angeles is a alive and well and thriving in a play called "BLOODBOUND" It's quite an extraordinary story and as usual playwright Kearns makes you twist and turn in your seat, you will love the ride. Each actor delivers his words as if it was truly their story, all brought together on a small stage by Bringelson's smart and inventive direction. It is a reminder we do have great theater in Los Angeles. I've seen it twice. BRAVO!!! ... full review

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ARTHUR SCOTTI certified reviewer · June 03, 2018
Well-written and well-acted play about experiences that I imagine are true-to-life in some families. ... full review

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RANDY GRAVELLE · June 04, 2018
tagged as: clash · harmonious · emotion · portrayal · creative · brilliant · violent · sensual · sexual · Erotic · homo · incest · dark · poignant
Bloodbound is mesmerizing, mystical, outrageous (but not opulent). It’s honest, unafraid, terrifying, turbulent and touching. ... full review

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KEVIN MCCARTY · June 05, 2018
Recommend!! An intensely personal, emotionally raw new work by one of L.A.'s most prolific and important playwrighting voices. Weaving together the strands of memory, perspective, dysfunction, history and choice, this story of two brothers coming to terms with themselves, their points of view, each other and their past and present takes the audience on a journey inside the unique, sometimes strange, sometimes difficult relationships and ties that bind and often are only accepted and forgiven within family. Not always easy to confront or contemplate, it will likely cause you to reflect on your own life history and the complex fabric of your own siblings' dynamics...and isn't that what a good drama should make you do?!... full review

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