ensemble theatre · dolores and co · Ages 18+ · United States

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SEAN CANNON certified reviewer June 20, 2014
Watching DOLORES in the Asylum Lab Theatre, is a fitting venue for what is an intimate portrait into two sisters in crisis, one consciously, the other in subconscious. Its thin running time of forty-five minutes, betrays a bulk of content being digested, from start to finish. In the opening minute, we’re thrust right into the crux of the narrative, which doesn’t let up until its bittersweet conclusion. Both LEAH PATTERSON, and MICHELLE CAMPBELL, provide ample range, and depth to these characters. Commanding a stage for the entire duration, the play hinges not on the narrative, but the characters being portrayed. In lesser hands, this content could have easily been derailed, however, both Leah and Michelle inhabit a believable Meisne... full review
DANIEL ROSS certified reviewer June 21, 2014
I'm an avid movie-goer. I enjoy big budget stage and musical productions, and generally approach my entertainment with the expectation that I'm going to be getting the most BANG for my buck at all times. I typically don't seek out one act plays, but word on the street was buzzing about this one particular show at the Asylum Lab Theater, so I was compelled to give it a try- and I'm very glad I did. The material in this lively, yet dark story written by Edward Allan Baker was elevated by the performances and interpretation of the script which had me intrigued and invested from beginning to end. Director Jeneffa Soldatic coaxed such nuanced performances out of her actors, which gave my mind no time to wander away from the situation at han... full review