comedy · theatre of note · Ages 16+ · United States

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TOM BEYER certified reviewer June 13, 2014
SUCH a fun unique modern farce!... full review
GREGORY CRAFTS certified reviewer June 29, 2014
An enjoyable fractured fairy tale featuring some seriously strange, yet engaging, larger-than-life characters. A great time! ... full review
BRIDGETTE CAMPBELL certified reviewer June 12, 2014
Disassembly was a riot! Funny and dark with wonderful twists. And all the acting was top notch, but I would expect nothing less from Theatre of NOTE, they always please. The direction was clean and all the actors committed to the truth at heart of the show, commitment will kill you :-)). I highly recommend Disassembly!... full review
JOSEPH WHITE certified reviewer June 13, 2014
tagged as: comedy · note · cats · Dark Comedy · funny
First of all, it's an incredibly well-written comedy with an unexpected dark side. Typically, a play that includes such quirky characters (a crazy cat lady and a neurotic boyfriend lacking in social skills) could easily go the hammy route in the hands of lesser actors or a visionless director. This, however, is a great team of actors, each playing their parts in the most genuine ways. The resulting laughs are all the more satisfying. I won't spoil the climax for you, but let's just say it involved a stuffed cat and hair-pulling. ... full review
CRYSTAL DIAZ certified reviewer June 15, 2014
tagged as: Dark Comedy · farce · ensemble · comedy
Disassembly pulls you into this dark twisted, yet really funny, world and doesn't let you go until the lights come up. I highly recommend! Its so well written and the acting ensemble is superb. The relationships are fully developed and the direction is crisp. It's a fast-paced & well-oiled 70 minutes. Plus the fight scene is not to be missed!... full review
NICOLE BADAAN uncertified reviewer June 28, 2014
Disassembly was fantastic!! I thoroughly enjoying being entertained by this extremely talented cast. Each character is so strong and unique it makes for a brilliant ensemble. Each actor was so committed and so hilarious and a pleasure to observe! Prepare to be amazed, shocked, surprised, in awe, terrified and utterly pleased. I left this show incredibly satisfied and wanted to see it again! It's also surprisingly hilarious. Check it out!!... full review
JANET ETTENGER certified reviewer June 29, 2014
Great acting and thoroughly enjoyed it... full review
SCOTT HALLER certified reviewer June 21, 2014
tagged as: Dysfunctional Fun
Very engaging and full of dark laughs.... full review
ASHLEY STEED certified reviewer June 17, 2014
Love can drive you mad – as evident in this well structured dark farce by Steve Yockey. There is not one sane character in this play, which could’ve gone completely wrong if it weren’t for Tom Beyer’s sharp direction and his ensemble’s finely nuanced performances – I believed they were all functional crazies just living their crazy lives. The plot centers on accident prone Evan’s (Alexis Delarosa) latest injury – a supposed stabbing while he was jogging in the park. His flakey sister Ellen (Esther Canata) obsesses over him and his fiancé Diane (Alina Phelan) has clearly had the last straw. Ellen’s co-worker Tessa (Grace Eboigbe) stops by with lifelong friend Stanley (Travis Moscinski) to check in on them. She’s had four fiancés die which ... full review
PATRICK MULVIHILL uncertified reviewer June 23, 2014
Funny and insightful, Disassembly is powered by tremendous performances that capture the nuances of the piece with very strong, hilarious choices. This cast is absolutely tremendous and should not be missed!... full review