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Made in America

ensemble theatre · chest of diamonds · United States

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JOHN YOUNG June 06, 2014
Definitely a must see! Made In America is a unique play from Aria Emory and Joseph Atash that confronts the realities of military families, Middle Eastern culture in a pre and post-9/11 society, and ethnic identity in the U.S. Performances from all actors are amazing with clearly defined characters and relationships. Highly recommend seeing as soon as possible.... full review
KATIE RYAN June 11, 2014
This is a touching and unique perspective on events leading up to 911.Young, promising talents Aria Emory and Joseph Atash give both dynamic and subtle performances, their brotherly bond is exceptionally authentic. There's no doubt in my mind, they have very prominent careers ahead of them. Catch them both now while you can. They are proof that true theater artists live and create right here and right now in our LA . ... full review
SARAH TITHER-KAPLAN June 26, 2014
Excellent work by Aria and Joseph. Their chemistry is rare and infectious. The show is thought-provoking, true-to-life, and dynamic. Can't wait to see the film!... full review
JESSICA STARR FOLGER June 15, 2014
Aria Emory and Joseph Atash are wonderful in their very own "Made in America." They'll make you laugh and cry with their moving performances as brothers during the time leading up to 9/11. This play reminds us to cherish life and family. It allows us to experience and understand an important perspective of our country's tragedy, and to remember it as well. Go see this marvelous cast while you still can and experience what they have brought to life. ... full review
JESSE RUNDE June 16, 2014
A deceptively simple story. Saw this two days ago, and it's still settling with me, and unfolding in terms of what it means as we collectively review our national history. Great acting, and a very poignant look at how 9/11 has impacted some Americans.... full review

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