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O, Fallen One

ensemble theatre · curlicue & co. · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States

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LA THEATER CRITIC (.COM) certified reviewer June 17, 2013
Curlique & Co. present O, Fallen One, which according to director Jaymie Bellous's program note, is "an initial workshop of a play"; one, I'm sorry to say, suffers from too many ingredients in what could've been a great recipe... Read more at full review
ELLEN DOSTAL certified reviewer June 19, 2013
O, Fallen One is the initial concept workshop of a devised play that combines stylized scenes with fragmented language, movement, dance, and other devices to create a unique artistic experience. The more theatrical sequences are interspersed with traditional dialogue scenes that tell the story of a modern day Ophelia (Megan Ruble) who, as in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, is dumped by a boyfriend (Chris Hull), goes into a depression, and takes to the water to drown. In this original piece, she’s a high school girl named Lia who lands in the gym’s pool, but rather than descend to a muddy death like her predecessor, she’s pulled from the water and committed to a psych ward for further evaluation. There, a patronizing nurse (Amanda Carson), a concern... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2013
Ok. Needs work. Good try.... full review

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