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CAROL NACE certified reviewer June 10, 2014
Very good performances and some of the sketches were fantastic. A few of the sketches had way too much profanity. Good job starting and ending on time!... full review
SANDRA OM June 10, 2014
The show was not only hilarious, but also retains a certain mystery, which is part of its appeal from piece to piece. This is a polished, sophisticated, endearing, attractive and talented cast. This is a unique theatrical experience that combines everything from eclectic storytelling to character performance to rap to light humor to dark humor (including a Jesus loving obsession…). A great collaboration. It would be nice to be young enough to be shocked by the content of this show;) I highly recommend this hilarious show.... full review
JAMES ROBINSON certified reviewer June 25, 2014
Marlane Barnes was the standout in this show - she's electric on-stage, and a very good writer as well (I believe she wrote her material - lost the program!). Overall there was a lot to like. Smaranda Luna is one-of-a-kind, loved her style. It feels a lot like a young actor showcase, but the way they linked the bits together was well-done. I'd like to see these actors in material that is more polished.... full review
CONSTANCE JAQUAY STRICKLAND June 15, 2014
This show brought honest work. It was a pleasure to see the actors just bare themselves onstage. Marc Scheibmeir gave a physical performance that was a delight to see. A gal also gave a quite hilarious monologue that had me laughing so hard. Cheers to the work!... full review

Sins

Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us?

A Solo Show with Jokes...and Espionage

Saurabh Kikani was the nerdiest, most awkward teen in the world. In 1996, he was in a summer program at Oxford where he happened to see the movie Mission:Impossible, and his life changed forever. This is a solo show with jokes...and espionage.