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solo performance · elephant · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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tagged as: solo play
Megan Dolan's SNACK is a tightly constructed journey through the pot-holed and knotted roads of a SoCal childhood ... with the comfort of a stack of shortbread cookies. Director Chris Game tightens Ms. Dolan's finely interwoven tale with seamless blocking and astute stagecraft. Ms. Dolan inhabits everything from a lisping EST-like leader to feckless parents to a sarcastic older brother in an adept performance. Curtis Brooks' giant box of Lorna Doone cookies gives her the perfect launching pad. Definitely recommended.... full review
KERRY SLATER certified reviewer June 06, 2015
Snack is funny, poignant and right on target! Megan delivers her performance flawlessly and draws her audience in to the stories that make up her show. Snack is brilliant. Bravo!... full review
DANIELLE OZYMANDIAS certified reviewer June 07, 2015
Always wonderful to see Megan and this time to see such a personal story. I cried, I laughed, and that Giant Lorna Doone set piece! ... full review
ELIZABETH COLLINS certified reviewer June 07, 2015
When I met Megan she made it sound as if she were just a mom wanting to put on a show about snacks. Which alone sounded amazing to me since I love snacks. But it turned out that Megan is actually a theatre veteran who has a long successful acting career and it showed in her performance. She was funny, moving and hit just the right levels with a portrayal of herself throughout her childhood and current life as a mom. It is not a stationary show, Megan moves the story along with her entire body and the entire stage. I was thoroughly entertained and would recommend the show to anyone. ... full review
ANN STARBUCK certified reviewer June 07, 2015
Not only are all of the late 70s and early 80s references a treat to re-live, but underneath all that humor is a story I could relate to as a mother who (sometimes) is struggling to keep it all together. I love it when shows take us on a ride, and then sneak up on you. I was laughing one minute and then tears were streaming the next. Thank you for sharing your snacks with us!... full review
LAURA CARSON June 08, 2015
tagged as: moving · insightful · funny
Megan Dolan is captivating, funny, clever. I didn't know what to expect exactly... I mean... I like snacks. I was surprised and moved to hear about an childhood spent navigating the world of divorce, new step moms, cult-like experiential weekends and sibling bond tested by it all. Really funny and insightful.... full review
ELLEN SCHENK certified reviewer June 08, 2015
This show has everything. Great drama, terrific comedy, music, dance the works. It leaves you feeling that you want more, what comes next? Megan is a terrific actress. Whatever you do , don't miss this show.... full review
tagged as: parenting · Food · divorce · comedy
Megan Dolan is a powerhouse storyteller. Highly Recommended. Read the full review at (official press) full review
MARIA PASQUARELLI certified reviewer June 15, 2015
This was a great show! Megan was the most believable 8 year old I have seen in a long time - more believable than most actual 8 year olds! Here energy was incredible - she put everything out there on the stage, her joy, her pain, her humor and her sense of play. One warning, this show made me very hungry!... full review
LESLIE MURPHY certified reviewer June 15, 2015
I really loved this show, and not just because it's artfully written, cleanly executed, and thoroughly entertaining. Megan is such a polished, natural performer who has an ease and comfortability with her audience that makes this entire hour such an enjoyable ride! Go see "Snack"! ... full review

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