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ensemble theatre · hotfoot · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America

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KATHERINE SPADA certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Great job writing and directing this play about family, sisterhood, and loss, Mary Anna King!... full review
BRIAN KNUDSON June 06, 2016
A finely crafted, sharp, well-paced play with excellent writing and performances.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 06, 2016
The performances were fantastic! These two wonderful actresses used the space they had to fill in so much thought provoking story. Also, the writing is wonderful. If you want to see a great show this Fringe Fest season, go see Disrupted!... full review
JULIENNE DAVIS June 07, 2016
Excellent play, excellent actresses (amazing, subtle film quality actors), great story. GO SEE IT. ... full review
DOMINIQUE GENERAUX certified reviewer June 12, 2016
It's a worthwhile play to watch. The audience was riveted and followed along with the highs and lows. I was invested in the characters. The writing is fantastic. It set up both sides to argue for what they believed was right without feeling preachy. ... full review
TARA DONOVAN certified reviewer June 13, 2016
This show was an amazing new perspective for those who know little to nothing about adoption and 'disruption'. I was captivated the whole time. I really loved that it wasn't a story that took sides, but let each woman be right in her own way- as is the case in life so often. The acting was superb, the story was top-notch. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2016
A++++ ... full review
LAUREN MYERS certified reviewer June 20, 2016
I loved this show. I appreciated the complexity of the two female characters, the stellar performances by both actresses, and the intrigue of the writing. I appreciated the fact that the playwright didn't succumb to tying everything together in a nice bow at the end of the play.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 11, 2016
This show will make you a better human. See it. ... full review
MARY TAYLOR certified reviewer June 14, 2016
Get ready to go for a journey on a truth raft. You might not recognize the port of embarkation, a story of an adoption that was disrupted, but the raft will take you through the lands of grief and abandonment, love and hope – the familiar rather than the foreign. If you have a heartbeat, the rapids you pass through will reflect your own experience in life, giving you the opportunity to pause and reflect about how good a human you are/would be when faced with the same life events in the story. Fantastic writing, and amazing acting. Go see this! ... full review


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