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Some Girl(s), by Neil LaBute

ensemble theatre · mahoobla productions · Ages 21+ · United States

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June 16, 2014
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My overall impression

Having only moderately enjoyed “Some Girls” – the movie, I was pleasantly surprised by the play at the Fringe festival.
It’s witty, dark and vastly entertaining.
I especially enjoyed the third scene with the lady professor who turns the table on the self-absorbed, borderline dickish hero. That actress made a lot of strong choices and it was edge-of-your-seat riveting. But every performer is solid and by the end, just as a little fatigue was upon me due to the repetitive nature of the exercise, another strong performance, this time by the best friend’s little sister, kept me engaged.
Overall a very good time and one of the better shows I’ve seen so far at the Fringe.

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