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Thirteen's Spring

the moving art collective · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America

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NAOMI LICHTNER certified reviewer June 12, 2016
Powerful and poignant, this is an important play that lifts the character of Anne Frank away from the infamous pages of her diary and into your heart with a fresh kind of energy. ... full review
STEPHEN REBORI June 30, 2016
Fresh, Emotional, Thought provoking, lovely, beautifully acted, beautifully choreographed. Loved this show. ... full review
JENAPHER ZHENG certified reviewer June 18, 2016
tagged as: Beautiful · History · profound · movement · talented · War · innocence
This is a heartfelt look into the innocence and precociousness of Anne Frank in the days leading up to her fateful escape into the Annex. Unique movement vocabulary, articulate acting, and clever staging illustrate the story of this clever girl whose life was ended too soon. But we aren't shown the parts we know already. We are instead given a chance to see her as a fully dimensional being, and not just as a symbol for the tragedy of war. We delight in her curiosity, we feel for her, and we know what awaits her- the play makes you love this girl who you know history will take away. This is one of those rare moments where, like in Romeo and Juliet, knowing the end at the beginning does not take away from the story at all. In fact, all underst... full review
PATRICK CHAVIS certified reviewer June 18, 2016
8.3 out of 10 Good Show. The review is in the podcast. http://latheatrebites.com/let-live-theatre-presents-thirteens-spring-actors-company-in-hollywood/... full review
LOUISE DAVIS June 19, 2016
Great. Beautifully directed and Acted. Involved every minute. ... full review
KATI SCHWARTZ certified reviewer June 19, 2016
Make sure this show is at the top of your list. It's a beautiful interpretation of a heartbreaking story we all know well, old through delicately choreographed movement.... full review
CAROL BECKER June 19, 2016
tagged as: family-friendly · dramatic · sad · clever
This is a clever, family-friendly, play that imagines what "might have happened" prior to the Frank family going into hiding. At times filled with pre-teen angst and other times, tremendous sadness, this show has a lot of potential to be expanded and continue glorious runs in the future! Continued success to all involved!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 20, 2016
tagged as: phenomenal · do not miss
This was one of the most moving shows I have ever seen! The acting of Nora King was phenomenal. Her range of emotions drew the audience in and provided a powerful statement about innocence and tragedy - I cried, and so did everyone around me. I heard others in the audience saying that the show was sold out the night before and the whole audience was abuzz in anticipation. At the end of the performance we all sat there unable to move. What a powerful show and incredible performance by Nora King and the others as well and an overall extremely powerful show. This is a not to miss!!!!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 20, 2016
This was absolutely my favorite production of the fringe. The cast, the story, the dark themes - all fantastic. For anyone wanting to experience again that shudder they felt when they first learned about the Holocaust, you must see this show.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 20, 2016
Thirteen's Spring isn't a show you forget about. Its days later and I catch myself recalling text I remember, thinking about the massive scale of language there is in the physical along with poetic aspects of the show. From the first few moments, Thirteen's Spring introduces itself with sophistication and specificity and before we know it, at the end, we find for such a familiar hero around the world. There is still more story to tell. That is why it is a must see. The acting is beautiful and specific, while the story is orchestrated with a powerful simplicity. ... full review


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