Dramatis Personae

solo performance · vespertine productions · Ages 14+ · United States

one person show
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ERIN HOLT certified reviewer June 17, 2014
Hysterical! I had no idea what I was in for but I am so glad I saw this brilliant performance. I'm not going to give away any surprises here so just see this show. You'll be glad you did. ... full review
CINDY LITTLE certified reviewer June 17, 2014
Dramatis Personae is a tour de force for its creator and performer, Kristopher Lee Bicknell! The combination of quirky characters of non-existant origin combined with updated disasters never thought of in "An Actor's Nightmare" make this an hour and five minutes of nonstop creativity, surprises and laugh out loud moments. I would love to see it again just to find the things I missed the first time around.... full review
MICHAEL FREDERICK certified reviewer June 17, 2014
An inquisitive audience member asked a friend prior to the shows start the following: "Is it even possible for a one-man show that runs 65 minutes to be entertaining?" What I viewed not only answered that question with a resounding "YES!", but it brought more to the table than just the idea of an enjoyable performance. Dramatis Personae is a show that defies expectations by simultaneously celebrating and lampooning Theatre History in a magical way. Rewinding time back to the Greeks and presenting the audience with a comical presentation that lambastes the art form of the one-man show, Personae deftly presents the genres that have came to pass, along with the hurdles solo performers have to overcome. The shows directors Sean Dillon and Cu... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY http://www.workingauthor.com/ certified reviewer June 24, 2014
“Dramatis Personae” A clever, intelligent, one man show written and directed by Sean Dillon and Curtin Krick that is almost where it should be. And while it is a pity it hasn’t got to where it wants to be, where it’s going is interesting enough to cut it some slack. Check it out.... full review