Now Jump

Two Person Show · teatro liberado · Ages 16+ · 1hr · United States of America

Content Warning world premiere
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RUTH TREJO certified reviewer June 27, 2024
This was such a great show! I would highly recommend everyone to at least attend one of the showings. I enjoyed the show so much that I decided to attend another showing! The show made me feel connected to the characters and even more accepting to the way life and death work. I feel like everyone that attends this show will see a bit of themselves in Ori or in Jenn. The writer/director and actors really put their all into this show and it shows on stage! 1000/10 !!!!... full review
ANDY CASILLAS certified reviewer June 22, 2024
A woman. Life. A decision. And the inner dialogue that is ever so important. Almost too personal a conversation to have, this play goes there. What if we leave? What if we stay? What if we just take a break? It reminded me of the importance of meditation. It also reminded me we are not to blame for feeling incapable of sustaining a life under the current systems of oppression we’re in. Shofar and Oscar’s back and forth feel like the therapy session I didn’t know I needed. Sometimes, conjuring our very own Jiminy Cricket to talk things out can give us a new perspective to try and conquer another day.... full review
YZABELLE ROSALES certified reviewer June 18, 2024
tagged as: awesome
Watched this opening day. I was blown away by the acting- The emotions expressed were realistic and moving. The storyline was enjoyable and interesting. Their performance made me curious to learn more about the characters backgrounds and lives. ... full review
KAREN LONG certified reviewer June 09, 2024
tagged as: captivating
If I can describe the show in one word it would be captivating. The show has such a unique and eccentric way of making death feel less frightening . The concept of death has always felt very scary to me but this show in some odd way brought comfort to that concept . The character Jen felt very relatable and Ori's character brought a mind altering perspective to the struggle that Jen battles through the show. ... full review
SONIA CAMPOS certified reviewer June 10, 2024
My overall impression would be touching…from the opening scene to the last scene it touched my heart. It had a unique way of expressing a subject that is often not talked about enough. Jen’s character was relatable and the use of Ori’s character was a brilliant way to touch on such a private subject.... full review