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A Horse With a View

solo performance · dessert theater inc. · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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ELITIA DANIELS certified reviewer June 13, 2016
Chris gives us a heartfelt and fun hour at the Fringe! The performance is tight, earnest and funny. The emotion behind the story was honest and lovely to witness. ... full review
DANIEL KOLSRUD certified reviewer June 05, 2016
First rate.... full review
MAUREEN TOTH certified reviewer June 07, 2016
We loved this show!! Was a touching, beautiful told story that unfolded in a fantastic and funny way. I laughed out loud and loved the theme of the gentle spirit of animals helping through the challenging ups and downs of human relationships. ... full review
MAUREEN MCGEE certified reviewer June 12, 2016
This is a well told and very personal story threaded through with humor. Chris Piehler takes us through his checkered romantic history and his significant equine others. Unafraid to show his vulnerability in these relationships, he connects with the spurned lover in all of us, until he finds the real love we all hope for, with or without saddle sores.... full review
TRACY HELD POTTER certified reviewer June 13, 2016
Smart writing and excellent comedic timing take the frustrating breakups on an entertaining journey. ... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY the tvolution certified reviewer June 15, 2016
A HORSE WITH A VIEW Last year Christopher Piehler delighted audiences with Reserve Champion, an autobiographical tale of how as a young boy he fell in love with horses. That love affair continues in A Horse With A View, a quartet of tales in which women break his heart and horses heal it. Piehler tells his adventures of horse back riding vacations among the “roos” in Australia, of sinking in Scottish bogs, and of how he disappointed everyone in Hungary by not being German. The show displays the winning blend of humor and sincerity that both endears and amuses his audiences. Directed by Thomas James O’Leary with the same aplomb he evidenced last year in Reserve Champion. The call:GOLD. For more Fringe Reviews check out The TV... full review