Sex, Nudity, & Other Weapons of Mass Destruction #bogustitle

ensemble theatre · alliance of los angeles playwrights · Ages 15+ · United States of America

world premiere
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ROM WATSON certified reviewer June 09, 2016
tagged as: eclectic · interesting
I enjoyed the program of five plays.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2016
All the pieces were well written, but I found particularly impressive Mary Steelsmith's "Seldom is Heard" and the final piece by ThomasJ. Misuraca, "Meet-Up." They both have great pacing, economy of language, vivid language, and avoid unnecessary repetition. Both plays pack a real punch (in totally different ways). ... full review
BOB LEGGETT indie voice blog certified reviewer June 13, 2016
Check it out - definitely worth it, especially the fourth play.... full review
PAUL ELLIOTT uncertified reviewer June 13, 2016
The night I saw it, the shows all clicked perfectly...and the audience didn't miss a single laugh.. I was glad they mixed both comedy and drama within their selections...and there were enough twists to keep everyone talking afterwards...... full review
CAILIN HARRISON certified reviewer June 13, 2016
Five short plays with nothing in common that created a great hour of afternoon entertainment when put together. From funny to thought provoking , absurd to historical, these plays are all well written, directed and acted. A Fringe treat well worth your time. ... full review
LESLEY ASISTIO uncertified reviewer June 19, 2016
It was a unique mix of plays by a group of very talented playwrights.... full review
SUZE CAMPAGNA uncertified reviewer June 20, 2016
Thoroughly entertaining. All four pieces were perfectly written and the perfect length. ... full review
CHARLES ZIARKO certified reviewer June 30, 2016
At the very moment on SAT 06-25 when the ALAP production of these four short plays was beginning its final Fringe show, one mile west at Plummer Park another ALAP production, free, was launching another SIX plays which we may see next year! The star of BOTH shows was playwright Ben Scuglia, whose slick, funny, pro observations launched BOTH collections. His New Play, LIBRARY, deserves a long life and greater exposure but his Fringe show, LONG TIME GONE, which marooned two marginalized middle-aged folk of matching sexes at a wedding party---delighted its Fringe audience. Even Ben, though, couldn't top the Fringe-show Finale: MEETUP united two disparate women in a no-win, no-prisoners situation which benefitted enormously from the top-notch ... full review
GREGORY MILLIGAN certified reviewer July 01, 2016
Good. I think I want to write... full review