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LYMAN

ensemble theatre · anne johnstonbrown · Ages 18+ · United States of America

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Review by ERIC WRIGHT

June 25, 2017

What I liked

I loved the songs. The actors had such amazing voices and that really brought the emotions home.

What I didn't like

It was a little hard to follow at times, but at fringe we were only able to see an hour preview, so I’m excited to know how more of the story lines play together.

My overall impression

I loved the overall idea behind the play and it really made me think about the choices I made from then on out. It is so interesting, as the play makes the audience aware of, that one choice really can set back, or alter an entire course for the future. I always wonder, what would happen in a situation if I would have done …“x” instead of “z” and although you can’t live your life that way, I feel more empowered to choose what I’d truly want now, getting to see how there are multiple possibilities to our lives through seeing all of the alternate realities of Lyman. The cast is fantastic and the original songs are so touching and beautiful!

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