Bonnie and Clyde

ensemble theatre · who's there? theatre · Ages 16+ · United States of America

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ROGER SCHER certified reviewer June 17, 2017
tagged as: acting chops · BLOOD · peaches
EXCELLENT THEATRE Theatre Review: Bonnie & Clyde at the Hudson Theatre - June 16th, 2017 By Roger E. Saffer Adam Peck’s Bonnie & Clyde, which was first produced to critical acclaim in 2010 in the UK, opened at Hollywood’s Hudson Theatre Friday night in the first of four show run. In contrast to a lot of the Hollywood Fringe Festival repetoire, which can be a cacophony of expression - and not in a bad way - ranging from musical to whimsy to the downright silly, Bonnie and Clyde is a brooding, building piece of theatre that works quietly toward an inevitability that amazingly in this day and age did not actually display the blood splattered mess that was their end in real life. In what is near the last hour of their short... full review
DAVID STUMP certified reviewer June 17, 2017
tagged as: drama · crime · Love · History
I really enjoyed the show. The actors drew me in and made me believe for 75 minutes that I was watching Bonnie and Clyde struggle with their lives as outlaws in love. Go see it!... full review
MICHAEL FONTAINE my haunt life certified reviewer June 20, 2017
Most of us only know one side of Bonnie and Clyde. We know the outlaw side of them. We know how their story ends, but what we don’t know, is what leads up to that point. “Bonnie and Clyde” shows us the last day or so of their life. Bonnie (played by Claire Bronchick) shows us an innocence in a time of guilt. She loves Clyde (played by Joel Sutton) with all her heart and all she wants in return is some attention. Clyde has other things on his mind, like how copy cat crimes are being blamed on him. You witness the struggle of love and affection and even some sexual tension during their last few hours of life. Clyde also narrates the last moments of their life in moments of flash forwards that really start to inch it’s way into the way you v... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2017
Dark and brooding with some comedic relief. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2017
A stylish reimagining of some very established source material. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2017
A rich piece of theatre that allows the audience to see the infamous pair in a more intimate and humane light than that which history usually paints them in. I applaud the actors for their careful consideration of the dichotomy between these two people, which was beautifully illustrated throughout the performance.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 19, 2017
My general impression of the show overall was a fantastic one! ... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer June 26, 2017
A SILVER MEDAL... full review
NORA GERMAIN certified reviewer June 25, 2017
tagged as: intense · drama · romance · violence · texas · robbery · death
Intense yet engaging. Beautifully done! ... full review