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dance & physical theatre · the moving art collective · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 04, 2016
tagged as: movement · theater · innovative · Beautiful · hilarious
This is a humble yet strong show, perfect for any fringe, with a fun exciting story, powerful actors, and beautiful movement. I believe it's gonna do very well during the festival.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2016
This is an awesome show for those that love a blend of odd and different subject matter, incredible acting and movement skills, tied together beautifully with skillful direction revealing the underlying meaning. What a pleasure to experience this show in such an intimate setting. Talent Galore! A must see Fringe performance!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 06, 2016
I liked the humor to break up the heaviness of piece. The actors emotions played out very well and especially Gregor's. The transformation from dutiful son working to support the family to outcast at becoming unable to work because he morphed into an insect and the ability of keeping the emotions human was great. Totally made me have empathy for the character. Great job all!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2016
Loved it! Great acting... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2016
An impressive, interesting and down-right fun movement piece. Superb acting, smart and compelling directorial choices -- all around worth seeing. ... full review
DONNA SIMONE JOHNSON certified reviewer June 17, 2016
Moving Arts Collective's METAMORPHOSIS is a physical theater masterpiece that encapsulates dance, gesture and engaging text with a truly mesmerizing cast. A strong ensemble piece, the show is at once poignant and not afraid to laugh at itself, in a solid and visceral adaptation of Kafka's "The Metamorphosis."... full review
ANONYMOUS June 25, 2016
The context of the play and how it was executed allowed me to imagine this situation in a lot of modern everyday families that may have a member with a disability and the strain it puts a family through. ... full review
BLAKE WALKER certified reviewer June 20, 2016
A great cerebral piece of movement and acting that sparks the imagination like a timeless horror show. It that captures the tortured spirit of the original story perfectly. ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 23, 2016
Great show. I'd see it again. ... full review

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