Absolute Zero

Drama · n/a · Ages 18+ · United States of America

world premiere
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MICHAEL VAN DUZER certified reviewer June 18, 2016
There was a point, about half-way through the 90-minute performance, when I simply stopped looking for realistic motivations and surrendered to the piece as a fever dream conjured by Lisman. Absolute Zero, may have its problems, but it’s never boring. Read full review at the link above.... full review
RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer June 23, 2016
tagged as: kidnap · adult · sex · drama · crime · hostage · thought provoking
Dark, challenging and disturbing... this is a show that demands you to think. Emotionally charged night of heavy drama, definitely worth checking out!... full review
RACHEL FLANAGAN discover hollywood magazine certified reviewer June 25, 2016
Absolute Zero (How Lovers and Sad People Hold up the World) is a very dark and intriguing story that is as loving as it is disturbing. Jim, a 32-year-old man in love with his 17-year-old neighbor Charles, learns that Charles will be going away to college and just wants to get to know him so he kidnaps him and keeps him tied up in his basement. After a few weeks and realizing Jim is not there to hurt him, Charles starts opening up and the two soon learn that they actually have a lot in common and develop a connection to one another. Meanwhile, Charles girlfriend and brother find a sexual tension between the two and act and explore on it as a way to cope with the disappearance of Charles with no way of finding him in sight. When Charles turn... full review