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Thumb Wars

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

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June 14, 2014 · original article

My overall impression

Clocking in at 25 minutes, Thumb Wars is a brief, pointed critique on human connection in the iPhone age. The play laments the loss of personal, meaningful communication at a time when brevity is valued over clarity. Keith and Monica, under the guidance of their respective best friends, text each other the day after their first date, and the miscommunications and posturing that follow nearly ruin their shot at an honest relationship. The theme of the piece has become a familiar one as of late, and though the premise is strong, the show struggles to find something fresh to say… Please read the rest of the review at Cinesnatch</a

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