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Me Love Me

ensemble theatre · be flat productions · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States

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Me loves me Me Love Me! Lots! Entertaining, at times disturbing, all around engaging! ... full review
ILANA TURNER certified reviewer July 01, 2013
Fantastic writing! Love the Die Antwoord in between scenes, too. ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 07, 2013
Me Love Me was a clever and hilarious show with an incredibly talented cast. There were so many moments that had me literally laughing out loud! Each actor was fully committed and enjoying themselves which reflected in their work and in the audience's response. DO NOT MISS THIS SHOW!!! It's brilliant and such a fun ride. Kudos to the writer and director of this show and again phenomenal job Ben Durham, Lizzie Adelman, and Sto Strouss! You were so fun to watch!... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 19, 2013
Watched the show with Aaron Lyons. Neither one of us could help but smile at the crazy antics on stage, or cringe at the series of bad mistakes Tuck makes. Brandon has crafted a winner and brought in a cast that was up to the challenge of his complex script. Check it out for yourself - but leave your inhibitions at home.... full review
GREGORY CRAFTS certified reviewer June 30, 2013
This show did not disappoint. I really enjoyed it, and I wish it the best of luck at New York Fringe!... full review
What happens when you give your typical Hollywood wannabe burnout a clone of himself to play with? Umm... I think you need to see for yourself:) ... full review
TONY FRANKEL stage and cinema / tony frankel June 10, 2013
See Jason Rohrer's review on Stage and Cinema: ... full review
MARY LANSING June 12, 2013
I wrote a review you can find here: full review
MATTHEW FAULS June 14, 2013
This script is great! A fantastic inventive and playful script that had a strong plot and themes along with personal touches from the playwright that were both tragic and refreshing. The actors, on the other hand, were good but in their heads for much of the show. They made interesting choices and strong ones at that but they were not consistently in the moment. But don't let this get you down, the actors had many nice moments of clarity and strength. The direction was clear and nice but the transitions seemed a little long. I don't know if this was intentional but it it kept taking me out of the world of the play. I wanted it to move faster so i could see and learn more about the world I was transported to. I loved the music and ... full review

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