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Thumb Wars

comedy · boring boys productions · Ages 18+ · United States of America

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Review by BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ

June 17, 2015 certified reviewer

My overall impression

This play has a great message behind it and a lot of heart. Analyzing and criticizing the way we communicate via technology, especially with those we care about, is important to make sure that we don’t fall into these same rhythms. The play is short and the pace is quick. Props to the actors for knowing this script so well and being on top of each other and props to the director/writer for the strong choices. An easy addition into any fringe schedule in-between shows.

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