ensemble theatre · proboscis theatre company · Ages 17+ · United States of America

world premiere
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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2016
Simply elegant, heart-wrenching, moment-to-moment, unsentimental theatre. Remarkable boldness from these young actresses and unusually assured staging from this director who brought La la la Strada to The Fringe, last year. Bravo!... full review
JANE WALSH certified reviewer June 30, 2016
tagged as: Brilliant!
This was a perfectly executed performance. Gorgeously devised, sensitively directed, sharply written and flawlessly acted. Thank you for a job well done!... full review
RUDY MARTINEZ certified reviewer June 25, 2016
This was a bold piece, so to speak. I really applaud all efforts from the staging, the acting, even the music choices! ... full review
MICHAEL VAN DUZER certified reviewer July 02, 2016
My review is available the link.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 26, 2016
For Proboscis Theatre Company, of Santa Barbara, brought two offerings to the Hollywood Fringe this year; the one-woman show "Bloody Beautiful" and this two-hander about a British court case in which a female student (Gayle Newland) was charged with sexual assault when her (female) lover of two years claimed she had always believed her to be a man. The piece starts with the two girls doing a ritualized dance, one is blind-folded, the other wears a strap-on penis. This was my third fake penis of the fringe, but the first to get the title-role. We hear the varying versions of how the deception/roleplay started through verbatim court testimony, plus some wholly invented scenes. Are these girls using their new-found freedom t... full review