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Time Stands Still

ensemble theatre · wolf jump productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2016
very professional ... full review
MELISSA RIVERA certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Fantastic! ... full review
MELISSA RIVERA certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Fantastic! ... full review
LIOR BURLIN certified reviewer June 06, 2016
Strong cast. Fun to watch. A must see play this year at Fringe.... full review
RICK CREESE certified reviewer June 06, 2016
tagged as: excellent
I cannot believe that there will be a better performance at this year's Fringe.... full review
TIM GALLE certified reviewer June 12, 2016
Definitely a must see! ... full review
GABBY WEST certified reviewer June 07, 2016
tagged as: passionate · honest · comedic · revealing.
A passionate, comedic and honest portrayal of human relationships and being true to oneself. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 07, 2016
Daniel Travis brings everything together beautifully so that the ideas, humanity, and different perspectives presented in the material sing.... full review
JUNESOO HAM certified reviewer June 10, 2016
what a great directorial effort by Daniel Travis, and a comely fringe debut. the finesse that was wielded for such intense, difficult themes is very commendable, and the actors did a fine job in making that happen. just a couple of tweaks, and this could be a stand-out show for an audience looking for something that makes them really think and feel. i'm all for all the surreal, experimental plays that seem rampant in the fringe catalog, but it's really nice to see a modern drama based on reality being done here at fringe with such skill. it is worth seeing.... full review
KARL CURNOW certified reviewer June 12, 2016
I would recommend this play to anyone, kudos to the four actors! ... full review


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