BLOOD, A Voodoo Love Story

ensemble theatre · mpe productions · Ages 18+ · United States of America

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SUSAN NEAL certified reviewer June 28, 2015
What a sexually charged energy filled stage of activity! I was on the edge of my seat at times on the brilliant story telling! Good job to you both! Your timing was amazing to watch. Kudos to the writer/director as well! Hope you all get an encore! I enjoyed it! ... full review
ELIZABETH COLLINS certified reviewer June 29, 2015
SEXY. SEXY. SEXY!!! Yet the theme was a very important one about the struggle for intimacy after years of marriage. The writing and the performers go wide and deep to bring about a very satisfying catharsis on the matter.... full review
STEPHEN AUCELLO certified reviewer June 29, 2015
tagged as: intense · smart · sexy
Blood was fantastic, intense, well-written and brilliantly acted. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and was very impressed, espexially with their energy in an 1130am performance. Thank you all for a great show. ... full review
STEVE TROOP certified reviewer June 30, 2015
There's a lot to like about Blood, a Voodoo Love Story: The acting. The script. The direction. I was disappointed to see that it's not a part of the Encore series, but I hope that some version of this play (hopefully with the original cast) finds wider release soon! I liked the way that Maria Tomas and Phrederic Semaj create a whole cast of characters during the hour, even though they're the only two people on stage. They employ techniques that I've only seen in one-person shows to tell this very interesting love triangle. Not to give anything away, but the way they treat one character together added an unworldly charm to an unworldly character. As I said, if you get a chance to see this playm don't delay in snatching up tickets. I alm... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer July 04, 2015
BLOOD, A VOODOO LOVE STORY (Platinum Medal) Michael Phillip Edwards has written and directed a dazzling, twisted, sensual, scary, strikingly clever, viciously funny, marginally pornographic and thoroughly original little morality tale about a man and a woman who meet at a sex retreat, fall in love, accidently enter into a manage a trois with an succubus from hell and are condemned to spend all eternity retelling their tale to audiences and having brain numbing magnificent sex. (Hey, it beats the hell outa pushing a big ass rock up a hill eternally!) Phrederic Semaj as “He” and Maria Tomas as “She” give tour-de-force performances. This show was deserving of having a place in the Smithsonian. I SAW 57 SHOWS THIS YEAR AND REVI... full review