A Void

kirsten kearse · Ages 14+ · United States of America

world premiere
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June 20, 2017 my haunt life original article

What I liked

The premise, the acting, the diaglog, the ending

What I didn't like

Nothing that I can think of

My overall impression

Suicide is such a permanent solution. What if you could cryogenically freeze yourself instead? It’s temporary and you can be in a comfortable sleep until all your problems pass. “A Void” shows us the pros and cons of this solution via two sisters. Judith (played by Rachel Sondag) has made her decision to freeze herself and gives all the reasons why. Rita (played by Mary Holland) tries to convince her to deal with her problems, but instead, rethinks her own way of handling life’s challenges.

This show is more than just taking an easy way out and not dealing with your problems. It’s also about sibling rivalry and competition between sisters. It’s about family and the dynamic of each person within.

The conversations the sisters have is so natural and I’m guessing anyone with siblings can relate and understand each of the sister’s point of view.

By the final part of this show, you realize just how well Judith knows Rita and that knowledge will leave you with your jaw on the floor.

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