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How to Be A Virgin (in 12 morally ambiguous steps)

comedy · lucid dramatics · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America

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BRITTANY STILWAGNER certified reviewer June 06, 2016
Brilliantly written and acted. This hour-long play is engaging, hilarious, and honest. The story line is breath of fresh air when compared to the "norm" surrounding sex and relationships. ... full review
JOSH NADLER certified reviewer June 06, 2016
This show is firing on all cylinders - Laughs, heart, along with thoughtful and fresh commentary on the well-worn topics of romance and dating. A strong voice with something to say. Do not miss this little gem of a play… I didn’t not mean for that last bit to rhyme ... full review
TAYEN KIM June 06, 2016
tagged as: funny · courageous
So much of art, especially within the art community (because, let's face it, we care most about what our peers think, no?), has a great deal to do with speaking the unsaid and showing the unseen. The more an artist dares to do this, it seems the more praise he/she receives. Unless it is about an unpopular subject matter. Surely a better illustration of irony there cannot exist. This is why I enjoyed this show. Carla hid little in this exploration of oneself within a culture and world completely contrary to the self. Whether about sexuality or not, the base level human desire for the freedom to be one's true self cannot be denied, and it is my thought that those who have felt the clash of that need against the currents of this planet wi... full review
tagged as: virgin · lucid productions
My overall impression is pretty well summed up above in the "likes" box. GO SEE THIS SHOW! It is a treat of the Fringe and I plan on seeing it again to see how it has evolved throughout the festival. SO SO GOOD!!!!!... full review
SEAN SCOFIELD certified reviewer June 07, 2016
A must see for any Fringe-goer! The collaboration between writer, director and actors shines, as an honest exploration of self and sexuality is brought to life with care and skill.... full review
SHANE WOOD June 07, 2016
This show takes a subject that often at its best is boring, and at its worst is alienating and makes it universally acceptable to examine, enjoy, and often cringe. It allowed all of us, no matter our sexual histories, to be with her on this journey.Katelyn's work as the virgin is engaging and at times alarming. She so thoroughly connects with the audience, that we couldn't help but be there with her as she explored the nebulous boundaries of her virginity. It has a universal truth strung through a very personal narrative, and all audience members, no matter their background, can walk away with a lot of laughs, and some new insights. ... full review
MARTY ESTEL certified reviewer June 10, 2016
the acting was fantastick. the set was simple. the timing was just right... ... full review
MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 10, 2016
This is a true candidate for best show of the year, definitely the best play I've seen thus far and I predict it will be nominated for several awards. Touching, funny, honest and bold this is a play I will be thinking about years from now.... full review
ANGELA SAUER certified reviewer June 10, 2016
Possibly my favorite thing that I've EVER seen at Fringe. Smart writing, great direction, superbly engaging acting. It spoke to so much of my experience as a human. It's funny, and sad, and awkward, and hopeful. I hope you will love it as much as I did.... full review
ROBBY DEVILLEZ June 10, 2016
Very well done. I highly recommend this show!... full review