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solo performance · constant comet productions · Ages 15+ · United States

one person show
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RAYNA MCINTURF certified reviewer June 17, 2013
Keaton Talmadge is spectacular in her one woman show. Her brave, authentic emotional expression and absolutely hilarious, fast paced and very physical comedy combine for the perfect emotional roller coaster. And what a voice! Don't miss this show!! Whether you laugh, cry, or both, you're gonna need tissues...... full review
JORDAN YOUNG certified reviewer June 10, 2013 ... full review
SHANNON NELSON certified reviewer June 11, 2013
This show is such a brilliant journey of the heart. If you have ever had your heart broken you will lose yourself in the raw honesty and emotion in Ms. Talmadge's reflection. On top of that, you will not stop laughing the entire time. Ms. Talmadges' emotional connection is only paralleled by her physical humor. Do yourself a favor and catch this show before it is too late!... full review
NIKKI LEE certified reviewer June 14, 2013
Definition of great: Of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above the normal or average. Keaton's show is warm, funny and energetic and her performance is truly engaging. This is a must see!... full review
RATI GUPTA certified reviewer June 25, 2013
Ballsy, fearless, and fiercely talented this one woman is. I was truly moved by her story, in awe of her courage to tell it as raw and passionately as she did, and jealous of her ability to change shoes so many times on stage without losing focus on her performance. She is crazy is the most real and relatable way, and I left the theater just wanting to grab a drink with her and hear more.... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 09, 2013
I must admit that I chose this show because of its flyer, a picture of a woman trying to chose between a banana and a taco. I thought it seemed interesting based just on the photo, let alone the words "adventures in sexuality." WOW, was I in for a shock. Keaton Talmadge is divine. The journey she leads us on is full of twists and turns, but in the end, it leads to a destination we desire - the definition of true love. Don't miss this incredible show.... full review
ALEXANDRA FULTON certified reviewer June 28, 2013
Brilliant! Touching! Amazing! This is a truly exceptional performance of a beautiful piece. It's heart breaking reel and riotously funny. Keaton Talmadge is one of a kind: a gifted writer, actor and artist. Kelleia Sheerins’ beautiful directing style is so perfectly woven through the piece. A MUST SEE! And so Joyously topical! Long live love and equality for all!!!... full review
PATRICIA RAMSEY certified reviewer June 11, 2013
One of the best one person shows I've ever experienced. If you've ever been in like or in love, you'll laugh out loud and feel that stabby pain in your heart right along with the rest of the audience. Keaton does an amazing job with pacing, comedy, and all those little moments that you say in your head - you actually get to hear them out loud. Regardless of your sexual orientation, you'll walk away with an, "I've totally felt like that" feeling. Don't miss it.... full review
MICHELLE PRATT certified reviewer June 10, 2013
LOVED this show! Keaton Talmadge is incredibly talented and she takes you on a wonderful emotional journey - she makes you laugh out loud (nearly constantly) and you feel your heart break right alongside hers. The show moves at a very fast pace but not a beat is missed. I could go on and on just about her performance (amazing voice and knack for physical comedy) but I also loved the script and direction of the show. I don't want to give too many specifics - just go see it - you will leave with a full heart.... full review
JENNIE WEBB certified reviewer June 14, 2013
Originally posted on Bitter Lemons - "Fringe Femmes" Can you categorize your heart? For those of us who aren't fond of labels in any figurative shape or form, Keaton Talmadge's solo show is a delightful, spot-on skewering of snap judgments and society's expectations. Oh, and it's also way sexy. Because here, Keaton's personal "Whaaat?" discovery involves falling madly and passionately in love. After kissing another girl. So what does gay look like? More to the point, how does gay feel? Or is it really gay? Does it really matter? Ms. Talmadge is a dynamic, physical performer and this engaging romp in and out of an unexpected bed is also smart and very funny. No, it's not just about sex or sexuality, it's about... full review