lady barbe-bleue · Ages 18+ · France

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BRIAN KNUDSON certified reviewer June 06, 2016
Well-acted and presented. I laughed enough that I think I added a few hours to my life.... full review
CLAIRE LAKE certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Impressed at the comedy found in a supremely frustrating world-wide condition! Great use of absurdism to help even those without a uterus scoff at the angst! ... full review
ELISA NOEMÍ certified reviewer June 13, 2016
With a critical feminist lens, UTERINE AFFAIRS intelligently poses important questions for our absurd times - the right to choose, the right for women to make choices about our own bodies, the assumptions of our heteronormative society...Worth seeing for the conversations to be had in the lobby.... full review
ANDI NUNEZ certified reviewer June 17, 2016
Overall I was super impressed with the story and acting! I've seen the show 2 times now and it gets better and better! Really funny and interesting. ... full review
LISA CORDILEONE certified reviewer June 19, 2016
Beautifully written Absurdist Theatre piece. The actors were on point and the wordplay and themes were so well intertwined that the audience couldn't help but empathize with the characters and enjoy!!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 20, 2016
A very particular brand of humor that was pretty well done.... full review
DEANA BARONE certified reviewer June 20, 2016
tagged as: Absurdist · surprising · political · hilarious
An excellent absurdist piece, well written, directed and hilariously acted. What the Fringe should be about!... full review
CONSTANCE JAQUAY STRICKLAND certified reviewer June 24, 2016
A piece that represents the times in which we live. ... full review
DEIRDRE FITZPATRICK certified reviewer June 26, 2016
tagged as: comedy
Hollywood needs more from this group of artists. ... full review
KATHERINE KING certified reviewer June 26, 2016
I was fully prepared by the description "absurdist comedy" to shrug my shoulders and smile, but "Uterine Affairs" made a lot more sense than I expected, on an emotional level. We take a frustrating, cyclical journey with "Mary", a virgin who has become pregnant and seeks an abortion, and is only offered a myriad of nonsensical, absurdist explanations as to why not. The characters repeat themselves, as if this adds sense or weight to their reasoning, and it adds to the confusion and lack of logical answers as Mary attempts to journey to a clinic "1973 miles away".... full review