Adam and Eve

comedy · the stella adler theatre lab · Ages 18+ · United States of America

includes nudity world premiere
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EDUARDO WHAITE certified reviewer June 10, 2016
The play is a feast for the eyes and ears. Something fresh that stands out in a category of its own. Fantastic casting, superb dialog and a story that makes you question what you think about life. ... full review
EVAN TUCHINSKY certified reviewer June 17, 2016
tagged as: smart · funny · provocative · surprising · liberating · revealing · Brave
A clever play, very well acted, enjoyable to experience, with potential as an allegory for our questioning times.... full review
GARY BOOHER uncertified reviewer June 27, 2016
tagged as: sermon · wordy
Genesis Creation story reimagined with a muddle of contemporary philosophical and theological ideas, mostly told by an unfunny clown. Where was the humor that could have made it fresh and interesting? Unfortunately it was just another Sunday sermon which all became an uninteresting yawn.... full review
MICHAEL VAN DUZER certified reviewer June 30, 2016
Full review is available at the link.... full review
JOHN BUCHER certified reviewer June 06, 2016
The cast was unbelievably good. Wonderful turns and risks taken for a solid piece of art. Katie Booth and Bradley Wayne James especially knocked my socks off.... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 08, 2016
Hilarious and contemplative, Lewis's writing challenges THE age old story of our origins and the absurdity of the creation myth. The writing is bolstered by an incredibly talented cast that had the audience roaring with laughs balanced out with introspection about ourselves and what we pass onto our children. ... full review