ensemble theatre · bam · Ages 17+ · United States of America

world premiere
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JEFF L WILLIAMS certified reviewer June 07, 2016
I loved this play. It's a grab-you-by-the-lapels, shake, repeat experience. Intense drama expertly balanced with spot on humor. ... full review
SCOTT GOLDEN certified reviewer June 07, 2016
Contender for my favorite of Fringe.... full review
EDWARD GOODMAN uncertified reviewer June 08, 2016
tagged as: fast · brutal · dark · funny · knife fight
If you like knife fights or trains smashing into each other, or either of these actors, you'll like this. MOVE IT UP YOUR LIST.... full review
ALEX KNOX certified reviewer June 08, 2016
tagged as: murder · money · mayhem · morality · men · masterful
A taut, thrilling piece with an-all star team. A fringe festival wet dream. ... full review
CARLA NEUSS certified reviewer June 11, 2016
tagged as: two hander · existential
See above... full review
JENNIFER DEROSA certified reviewer June 07, 2016
Great work. Incredibly talented Actors. A very interesting story told in tandem. Good show, go see it!... full review
ELISA NOEMÍ uncertified reviewer June 13, 2016
tagged as: riveting · dangerous · funny · Must See
TILT will surely make you tilt forward in your seat...and then tilt back again, brace yourself for the ride...a MUST SEE! ... full review
MANDI MOSS uncertified reviewer June 13, 2016
tagged as: gritty · top notch
One of the best things that I've seen at Fringe. Everyone should see this show and I hope that it gets a run elsewhere and gets in front of more audience... full review
NATHAN WELLMAN uncertified reviewer June 16, 2016
The show's wildness is like deliberately jumping out of a plane without a parachute just for the adrenaline rush. Two rock star performances slamming against each other in a way that makes the audience feel just as vulnerable as the actors. (In a good, edge-of-your-seat-creepy way, not in a oh-my-God-make-it-stop kind of way.)... full review
TROY HEARD certified reviewer June 18, 2016
tagged as: heist · solid · tough · black comedy
You can't always judge a book by its cover, but TILT had some killer artwork. Looked like some classic Guy Ritchie pulp, but I thought there's no way that could be pulled off on stage... And it wasn't. Because TILT was way better than some Guy Ritchie joint. We got a solid two-hander that's exploding bigger than the confines of that small room. Engaging story, characters, dialogue - I want to see them on a big screen. As is, though, we have the American Martin McDonagh. Real performances, constantly shifting and surprising. This is a definite must-see for anybody craving a savory hour of theatre.... full review