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Quantum Entanglement

ensemble theatre · lucid dramatics · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 08, 2017
Go, Go, GO! It will whisper to your heart and sear your soul in ways that you didn't know were possible. And you will leave touched in ways that may only later quietly seep in to settle in your core. Anyone who has ever loved someone will recognize how entangled the process can sometimes be. ... full review
LAUREN PRICE certified reviewer June 08, 2017
I believe this play would interest those who are familiar with it's genre. I liked the comparison between two organisms needing each to survive in the universe no matter how far the distance was. Although the play was confusing, the actors portrayed their parts very well. I liked the manner than it was produced in and I would consider seeing another play or the full play from this cast. ... full review
GABRIELLA CENDEJAS June 08, 2017
It was a really nice play. I would recommend people to go and watch it. It is only an hour long, so there is not a lot of time to get confused they get straight to the point. ... full review
KARLA CHACON certified reviewer June 09, 2017
My overall impression was that I loved it and would definitely recommend it to watch. The play itself is one hour long and gets straight to the point. I really loved the actors and actress, they all did an amazing job on their roles; including the cat. ... full review
MARCUS J FREED certified reviewer June 09, 2017
A sweet & charming theatrical exploration of love on the Quantum Level! Katelyn Schiller has created a beautiful & thoughtful romance that takes us into the realms of science, the universe and the human heart. The first movement of the play has an almost balletic quality about it as Payden Ackerman plays an astrophysicist exploring the nature of how our cells intertwine. "We are becoming entangled on a quantum level..it's the most romantic theory of physics". With elements of Interstellar, Tom Stoppard's scientific plays & Waiting for Godot, Katelyn Schiller takes you on a journey of human consciousness and heartfelt desire. She has some beautiful moments interplaying with the audience, displaying skilled improvisation and her warmth as a... full review
ANGELA ACUNA June 10, 2017
I adored this play. It was sweet without being cloying, creative, and almost painfully relatable. This is exactly the type of play I hope to to see when I come to fringe.... full review
ABBY SCHACHNER certified reviewer June 10, 2017
Beautiful, poetic... talented cast... lovely writing... and a great artistic set, too. I am really glad I came out for this. The idea to include the audience in the opening was brilliant. Some really lovely moments... and on the whole, a perfect fringe piece (and beyond). Great job!... full review
RONN JOHNSTONE certified reviewer June 10, 2017
A learned a little about physics, and a lot about relationships-- or maybe the other way around...... full review
VERONICA WYLIE June 10, 2017
This is such a beautiful show. There's so much heart and humor throughout. The actors are stellar (pun intended) and all give powerful performances, transitioning smoothly from present day to memory and back again. The actors are so fearless and generous to the audience and the end of the show is so light and redemptive. I'm so very glad I saw it!... full review
MEGAN LOUISE BERNDT certified reviewer June 11, 2017
tagged as: connecting · creative · meditative · loving
A beautiful piece that left me in a somewhat meditative state. A loving and open cast that draws you in like a cozy blanket and really takes you along on the journey with them. ... full review

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