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solo performance · william riedmann · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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JAEGER CHRISTIAN certified reviewer June 09, 2015
I loved "Abducted" and really enjoyed seeing Bill act. His collection of true-life stories was a captivating look at the many roads he's walked down, and he pulled off the delicate balancing act between fond reminiscence and thrilling drama. His tenor voice is warm and welcoming, and you can tell from his pacing and commitment that he's a very talented actor. I highly recommend this show! ... full review
Bill is a fantastic actor with an incredible story to tell. Did not know what to expect, but we were certainly on the edge of our seats being pulled in, and at the same time, wanting to hide. Come see the show to experience disgusting feelings that need to be felt so we can do something about this. This conversation needs to be continued from Bill's moving vulnerability and bravery- our community must address this and use the harmful past and present as a way to analyze our society and work towards our future.... full review
JOLA CORA June 12, 2015
So powerful and moving! I was transported :)... full review
ELIZABETH COLLINS certified reviewer June 29, 2015
The story is told as a kaleidoscope of experiences that are thematically connected to the initial story of when Bill is abducted as a kid. The story is frighteningly told by Bill as it should be. Yet we get to also see moments later in his life and ponder how the initial event affected him. Bill is a courageous performer and layered writer. I really enjoyed this show.... full review


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