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Apathy Killed the Cat

n/a · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 05, 2017
No... full review
AVIVA PRESSMAN June 24, 2017
Some people might have thought this play was a CATastrophe, but I was really feline it. ... full review
DYLAN WALLACE June 21, 2017
The Fringe Festival is amazing because it allows for these kinds of underground plays to find a stage and come to life. If there's a story somewhere it has a place here. Ryan Lisman always explores taboo topics in surprising ways. He's bold and unapologetic in his writing and that's very refreshing. This story is something I could never have imagined I would ever see on stage and THAT is something I enjoy. Actually being surprised by something. The actors are all fantastic, committed to their roles and unwavering.... full review
PETER FOLDY June 05, 2017
tagged as: sensual · surrealism
Powerful writing and inventive execution make for a compelling family drama that pushes boundaries.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 04, 2017
Apathy is a unique theatrical experience. It combines traditional dramatic elements with more experimental, avant grade type performance art elements for a truly immersive hour and half or theatre. ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 06, 2017
I enjoyed the play. It was personable to me and it was very interesting and entertaining.... full review
MICHAEL VAN DUZER stage happenings & showmag certified reviewer June 11, 2017
Lisman has interesting ideas and a very personal point of view. I'll be interested to see how he develops.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 13, 2017
tagged as: moving · thought provoking
Apathy Killed The Cat dealt with some issues that many people don't talk about often and I think it handled it well. The use of the dream sequence in the show really showed you the issues that the main character was struggling with. Overall, it was an enjoyable watch and a little refreshing on the storytelling topics. A real must see of a play.... full review
KURT GARDNER blogcritics, artsbeatla certified reviewer June 15, 2017
The performers all fulfill their roles well, especially Stall and Woodley, whose edgy relationship is essential to the piece. Lisman’s direction is effective, particularly during the surreal fantasy sequences.... full review
I loved this weird, intriguing, wonderfully uncomfortable play. A play that may seem like a family drama quickly becomes so much more, exploring the complicated relationship we have with our own desires, what makes us want what we want, how we manipulate those we love and ultimately learning through loss. Shades of Neil LaBute at his best. Bombs are dropped so casually they feel both shocking and inevitable. Also, it's funny. The laughs are often of the "Wait - am I supposed to be laughing?" sort - you know, the best kind. This play will mesmerize and confound you, it will seduce and enrage you, it will capture you for 90 minutes and you will not be able to look away. Ryan Lisman is a talented writer with a unique voice and vision. I c... full review


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