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Talking Blues: Two One-Acts by Cecilia Fairchild

ensemble theatre · low road · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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CHARLOTTE GULEZIAN uncertified reviewer June 16, 2017
A Shepardesque California Cowgirl story that will make you ache for what the past wasn't quite and revel and rejoice in your own disillusionment ... full review
MARGUERITE FRENCH certified reviewer June 05, 2017
Fairchild handles hefty themes deftly and with magic, making a substantive play feel enlivening instead of draining. ... full review
ARTHUR KENG certified reviewer June 13, 2017
A singularly beautiful piece of work. Fairchild's writing evokes a deeply lived life of heartbreak, humor, and resolve. Brilliantly realized performances all around. Would call out Darrett Sanders, in particular, whose portrayal of a deeply troubled yet unforgivable father is absolutely enthralling to watch.... full review
ZACH BROWN uncertified reviewer June 21, 2017
Really beautiful writing. If sam shepard were a woman. Great actors. The first scene was more powerful than the 2nd. Actors really handling the language with grace and strength and beauty. Loved the simple and transformative set and lights. I felt transported. Looking forward to more work from this writer. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2017
Really solid and interesting work!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2017
tagged as: tender · gentle · edgy
I loved this show!... full review
LAUREN VAN KURIN certified reviewer June 07, 2017
Give them all the awards!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 12, 2017
A roller coaster ride through human relationships. Loved it!... full review
AIMEE LEVEY certified reviewer June 22, 2017
tagged as: very moving
Such beautiful writing from a first time writer. Great actors. I was pulled in from the beginning. ... full review
MARY ANNE MAYEE uncertified reviewer June 23, 2017
Two shows remaining! Talking Blues is a must-see that demands future reprisals! Fairchild's words are intoxicating and addictive- striking the human chord in its sweet-spot. The actors masterfully expose their open wounds with passion, humor, and pathos. ... full review