ensemble theatre · light side of the moon · Ages 16+ · United States of America

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AL AMIRI certified reviewer June 11, 2016
great performance ... full review
LYNETTE TYNER certified reviewer June 13, 2016
I would see this show again.... full review
MARK SMITH uncertified reviewer June 13, 2016
This was a last minute decision to watch while a few actors in our show had a few drinks at Fringe Central. And we were happy we checked it out! It's the performances that carried this show. The lead actress had a great charm and beauty about her that made this production very engaging. It was very believable that she would play with her male love interests heart the way she did. The lead actor also had a great unique interpretation of character. The strong accents embraced by both actors was also very interesting. It's a quick show and very much worth the free tickets! It's for sure a must see! ... full review
JACK STROUD certified reviewer June 19, 2016
There seem to be more 'legit' plays at Fringe this year,which is great.This was a great production.Both actors had obviously worked very hard in rehearsals,and it paid off..Marlies Bauer Bell captivated from the moment she entered until curtain call. Zach Fouche had a very difficult and complex character to live in.I felt he struggled a bit in the first scene,but grew into a powerful performance thereafter. Highly recommend this exceptionally well directed play... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 20, 2016 “The Owl and the Pussycat” was written by Bill Manhoff and opened on Broadway in 1964. It was made into a film in 1970 starring Barbra Streisand and George Segal. As a single-set full-length two-hander it has been produced widely. Manhoff did not write any further plays as he soon moved into the more lucrative world of TV and Film. An unpublished writer (Felix) sees some suspicious activity in a neighboring San Francisco apartment and reports it to the landlord. The girl he reported (Doris) is evicted for prostitution and pounds on Felix’s door seeking an explanation. Felix maybe feels guilty that he is the reason for her homelessness, it turns out that she is not a career prostitute, just an actress and model between jobs... full review
CHERYL GUERBAOUI certified reviewer June 24, 2016
The two characters were mismatched. She was wonderful, he made me want to escape.... full review
MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 24, 2016
tagged as: well acted · quirky · unique · poetic
A strong showcase of the actors talents that deserves it's praise. Both actors are ones I would seek out to see more of their work as they bring an energy and talent level that is always appreciated on the stage. This is a wild story that is anchored by top notch acting.... full review
LYNNE OSTREICHER certified reviewer June 27, 2016
The Owl and the Pussycat provided great entertainment for the small theater scene in LA. The actors were extraordinary and made this show light and quite humorous. All in all the scenes flowed well and kept my interest throughout. Great Production - Bravo!... full review
LYDIA CORNELL certified reviewer June 27, 2016
Fantastic, hilarious and captivating. Not a boring or false moment even within the absurdity of the plot. I could not stop watching, it was riveting. Could not take my eyes off the players. It moved fast and was completely captivating! I loved this modern interpretation! Todd Felderstein is an amazing, gifted director. ... full review