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A Very Modern Marriage

comedy · will play for food theatre group · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ROB STEVENS certified reviewer June 14, 2015
my review is online full review
ROBERT KWAN certified reviewer June 14, 2015
tagged as: great show
Fantastic show. Highly entertaining!!!... full review
VICTORIA MOY certified reviewer June 19, 2015
Thoroughly interesting. I did not fall asleep once.... full review
AARON KOZAK certified reviewer June 19, 2015
Great actors in a well directed piece. Director Scott Marden proves once again he knows how to get great stuff out of his actors. The play is written in a difficult tone, light and kooky at times, but with some very extreme turning points. I think this incongruity hindered both dynamics, so we never experienced raw dramatic tension and danger, but we also weren't certain of the joke enough to comfortably laugh at the wild circumstance. Still, with a brisk pace, a charming cast, and plenty of big moments, the play succeeds as entertainment. It one that is not to be missed.... full review
JANET MILLER certified reviewer June 19, 2015
tagged as: black comedy
I enjoyed it! Good laughs and nice pace! ... full review
SEAN BOLGER certified reviewer June 27, 2015
GREAT SHOW! Period. Funny and full of heart, A Very Modern Marriage is exactly what you would hope to find at a Fringe show. Sidebar- the acting was top shelf.... full review
STEVEN STANLEY certified reviewer June 28, 2015
In the days back when each new issue of The Ladies’ Home Journal asked the question “Can this marriage be saved?”, it’s doubtful the editors ever suggested that the husband take a male lover, but this is the solution Arthur M. Jolly may well be proposing in his fast-moving, sexy, and very funny World Premiere comedy A Very Modern Marriage. Click on "Original Article" to read my complete review at full review

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