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ensemble theatre · stealfire productions / fable entertainment · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States

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KAREN BIOW June 16, 2013
Play was very well written and had some very witty dialog . The actors did a great job and the play had a few great surprises in store for the audience . I would see this play twice. I heard this play has two different casts!! A well done play is refreshing to see.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 17, 2013
I'm an avid theater goer here in LA, and especially enjoy the fringe festival every year. There have been several fabulous shows already this year with many talented actors and directors, this one however was NOT. I have never left a show feeling so disappointed and cheated of my time. There were moments of truthfulness, though not many and whoever cast the blonde actress was obviously high at the time. I don't know if this show just hires people off the street or if they truly took the time to find decent, yet barely palatable actors. Do not waste your time folks, this one is a dud.... full review
R V June 17, 2013
"Amazing" describes how 3 actors in what is really a single act play gave 85 minutes of believable and often touching performances, integrating the drawbacks of the venue to suit the story. worth seeing.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 20, 2013
It is a relief to finally see a a fringe show that feels like a play that is on it's way to being an American masterpiece. The dialogue between teacher and student, and the journey that they take is engaging, surprising and quite moving. The sophomoric plot u-turn in the last 10 minutes didn't fit..and took away from the sophisticated brilliance of the first 75 minutes of the story. A fringe run is a good testing ground, though, and if the playwright gives the end a reconsideration he has a huge hit on his hands. /// Other reviews mention the scrappy venue, but I quite enjoyed seeing how they handled the obstacles of the place. It had an old-school "show must go on" spirit in a thrown together storefront with electrical wires dangling ove... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2013
This play was well written and especially well acted by the 3 actors. The story held our attention. I can just imagine how great it would be to see this same cast able to perform this work in a larger more amenable theater location.... full review
I understand Fringe Theatre as a concept on many levels. Some of which are to provide plays, playwrights, and production companies an opportunity to participate in a growing community and showcase new works. This is terrific, especially in a city amidst an industry so driven by money and superficiality. My biggest question, after seeing "Blue Kiss" by Stephen Fife is, "What great wrong have women done to you, Stephen? I ask this because I left the show feeling like I'd just sat through ninety minutes in the head of one of the most misogynistic people I'd never want to know. The acting was perfectly decent, and there were certainly moments worth some laughter, but the overarching message of this play is very strange. I won't spoil the... full review
ANONYMOUS June 25, 2013
Gorgeously written. Edge-of-your-seat performances. A spellbinding play! ... full review


Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us?