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ensemble theatre · wit & wisdom theatre machine · Ages 12+ · flashing lights · includes nudity · world premiere · United States

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JEFF LAUB uncertified reviewer June 12, 2014
A funny series of vignettes about a variety of phobias; the stand-out scene follows a Southern woman grappling with her fear of flying, while a sequence following a germaphobe makes superb use of music and staging. While the scenes occasionally run long (particularly in the final segment), the show is overall well-paced and fun, and is worth checking out. ... full review
RICK SQUIER uncertified reviewer June 15, 2014
This pleasant performance consists of an all-CSUN ensemble, featuring writer/director Shad Willingham, MFA, and a cast and crew of current and former Theatre majors. From Will Mercer's opening soliloquy regarding coulrophobia (fear of clowns) through Michael Gmur's chilling portrayal of a germaphobe to the final group therapy scene, this play features sparkling acting and a good pace. Don't expect extravagant lighting; this is a 50- seat venue, after all. However, the technical aspect is capably handled by Stage Manager Danny Guerrero, and there are some nice sound design elements that add to the play's enjoyment. The word needs to get around regarding this gem. It is more than worth the price of a ticket, and should be part of your "mu... full review