The Fire Room

ensemble theatre · fugitive kind · Ages 13+ · United States

world premiere
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DAN AMERMAN certified reviewer June 26, 2013
so creative, poignant, and funny... full review
TYLER SEIPLE certified reviewer June 29, 2013
FULL DISCLOSURE: I know, love, and have worked with many of the artists in this show. I also know, love, and have worked with many of their unearthly talents and sensibly human habits over the years. It would be as easy to shower praise on these beautiful souls as it would be to harp on their foibles. That being said: BY ALL THAT IS HOLY, SEE THIS SHOW. Fringe is nearly over, this show closes tonight, I take full responsibility for not leaving my apartment sooner, but this show must and should and will be seen, and the Fringe cast is, by far, the best embodiment this text could hope to find. Meghan Brown's script is rich and luscious, moving and incisive, witty and unutterably sad. The setting is ingenious, the exposition minimal an... full review
KYLE WILSON certified reviewer June 25, 2013
I'm a little biased since Meghan is a member of Fell Swoop Playwrights, but The Fire Room is lovely. It's full of elegant staging and language and strong storytelling. It's both easily accessible and wildly imaginative. This production is a distinctive addition to The Fringe and one of the more theatrically adventurous shows I've seen in the festival.... full review