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What They Said About Love

solo performance · steve budd presents · Ages 13+ · one person show · United States of America

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LINDSAY BEAMISH certified reviewer June 20, 2017
Super solid and enjoyable one man show! Great narrative and theatrical structure. Steve Budd did a lovely job inhabiting so many different nuanced characters. He also had the great smarts to combine lofty moments/ideals/dialogue with very specific mundane details. That kept the show with the BIG SUBJECT of LOVE from being treacly. I also very much related to half of the details in the content! Great show!... full review
TIM MITTAN certified reviewer June 20, 2017
Steve is a wonderful story teller. This made his transitions between characters effortless. However I did find myself wanting to know more about his personal relationship more that some of the characters he introduced. ... full review
JESSICA LYNN JOHNSON uncertified reviewer June 20, 2017
Truly in the same vein as Anna Deveare Smith, Steve was both captivating and enlightening in his documentary style solo show. The characters were varied, dynamic and distinct. Thought provoking and endearing content, while being transparent in his honest search for love. ... full review
TRACEY GRAVES uncertified reviewer June 23, 2017
Steve's Show made me review my own dating personality and where exactly I fit in. Not that I had trouble before, but seeing so many dating personality types makes me more secure about who I am and where I fit in. It's a job well done when a piece of art can make you walk away feeling confident about your place in the world. I loved it!... full review


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