One of the best plays I have ever seen in Los Angeles. The acting, writing, and the direction was absolutely perfect. Never a dull moment. A very intense and touching story about the inner demons that drive in a highly demanding career. Breathtaking performances that had me laughing, crying, clenching my fists all while being completely sucked into the story. A sort of tale where no one is the good guy or the bad guy making it a very relatable human experience. Edward Hendershott gave a more than convincing performance with a range far greater than his age, Zachary Ray Sherman had impeccable comedic timing, David Garver tore your heart into a million pieces with his monologue, Ralph Guzzo had you reflecting on your own personal demons, all while Andy Dubitsky had you chuckling at his teenage antics. If you love great writing and great acting then this play is a must see!
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The actors were flawless in their dedication to character and story. I would recommend this play to anyone. Just maybe don’t bring your overly religious grandma who shutters at the word poop.