ensemble theatre · tmd productions · Ages 18+ · United States of America

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JOAQUIN CAMILO certified reviewer June 03, 2017
tagged as: inspiring · Love · acting chops
I absolutely loved this show. Both actors in the production are strong, courageous, and captivating to watch. The writing and story line kept me engaged all 90 minutes. It was interesting to experience a 90 minute play without feeling it's length of time. I could have watched these two actors for another 90 minutes. The direction is amazing in it's own right. There are four distinct decades that the writer takes the story through, and I was in awe how the director was able to accomplish this by his excellent choices of props and music appropriate for the era. I highly recommend this production. Very high production value with the caliber of creative individuals associated with this project. Great job guys! ... full review
KENT WILSON certified reviewer June 03, 2017
A insightful, humorous, emotional journey that took me by surprise.... full review
JIM FRY certified reviewer June 05, 2017
A terrific play... full review
PAUL ELLIOTT certified reviewer June 05, 2017
Well worth seeing.. two very talented men taking you on a ride that almost everyone who's ever had a first love can recognize. ... full review
LINDEN WADDELL certified reviewer June 09, 2017
Definitely worth seeing!!!... full review
BRENDAN BESETH certified reviewer June 09, 2017
tagged as: funny · touching · Heart-warming
You want to see great writing and acting - go see this play!!... full review
TONY FRANKEL stage and cinema certified reviewer June 09, 2017
There's some decent writing from Terry Ray, but it's seems swathed in the 1970s ethos of seriousness, slickness, funny set-ups, sentimentality, and sit-com that produced that decade's "Same Time, Next Year" -- to which comparisons can be made. As such, the play wears its heart on its sleeve. Never once did I believe the connection, attraction or "electricity" between these two (the cast's lack of chemistry didn't help, with Mr. Ray playing the role he wrote for, I guess, himself). Mr. Ray had some very funny reactions, especially after trying liquor for the first time. Whereas Bernard Slade and Neil Simon (whose plays dominated the 60s and 70s) relished in the long, funny arguments brought about by such a context, Ray goes out of his ... full review
JEREMIAH CALEB certified reviewer June 09, 2017
One to remember...... full review
JERRY BLACKBURN certified reviewer June 18, 2017
Like the real life topic and real life places outside of LA or New York to bring this story to the theatre world.... full review
MORNA MURPHY MARTELL not born yesterday certified reviewer June 23, 2017
tagged as: Men In Love · Chekhovian
Honest and moving. In this day of shock theater its daring to write an honest relationship play and Terry Ray has done it. He captures the confusion, self-loathing, emotional baggage and tenderness between two men in love. With no simple answers he shows different sides of masculinity with one man tender and shy the other bawdy and confrontational. Together they show as opposites but at a deeper level there is a need for caring that draws them back year after year in spite of their own bewilderment.... full review