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Loves Adventures

comedy · broads' word ensemble · United States of America

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A delightful find, from a playwright of whom I knew nothing, full of delightful characters and wit, plot twists you see coming and still enjoy, the strange way the plot makes perfect sense coming from these characters. Brava!... full review
Lovers of verse rejoice and see this show! ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2017
A very entertaining, joyful production that left me very happy. I was smiling the entire time.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 09, 2017
MY favorite show I've seen at Fringe! Funny, great costumes, interesting story... When you want to escape the heavy news, come enjoy!... full review
SUSANNE LIAW certified reviewer June 10, 2017
Clear chemistry between the cast. Snappy and smart play!... full review
MATT RITCHEY certified reviewer June 11, 2017
There is some really good material in LOVES ADVENTURES. The script is solid, Esther Mira and Faith Kearns in particular did a good job with the language and archetypal characters. But the choice of an 80's theme was muddy and made no sense to me - I'm not a proponent of needing classics to stay in period, but nothing felt "80's" about it except for the clothes and the music choices. This resulted in a "relaxed" and sometimes sloppy "modern" feel to the work, though the language demanded diction and heightened style. I understand that this was intended to have some connection to "the evolution of social attitudes" but it fell flat for me. But some good fight work, familiar and welcome tropes, and some good performances at play.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 18, 2017
Pretty good overall -- there needed to be a bit more "umph" somehow in the production... full review
BOB LEGGETT indie voice blog certified reviewer June 19, 2017
A surprising show with a great story, a definite 80's vibe with Elizabethan English - a winning combination. See our full review at Indie Voice Blog... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 19, 2017
What was the stand out for me was to see a rework of a classic play with a diverse ethnic and gender actors. So refreshing. Also to see the lead characters were strong independent women; more of that please. Easy to follow and humorous it was great to see those 80's references. ... full review
JAMES COUGAR CANFIELD certified reviewer June 20, 2017
I love when a show can inspire you to do more research after the show. During curtain call, I got so excited to get to research Margaret Cavendish. Really fun show, if you like the silliness/gender bending/love-story of Twelfth Night meets feminist exploration of classic material, you'll love this! ... full review

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