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Been so long

comedy · amygdala productions in co-production with stella adler lab theatre · Ages 14+ · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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CÉSAR FERREYRA certified reviewer June 13, 2017
tagged as: hilarious · sharp · great · fun · deep · CONNECTION · relatable · premiere
Fun play filled with surprises, relatable moments and that will make you think a little bit. The play as a whole works really well. The women in the play are incredible. There are some surprises on it that will make you cry of laughter. 100% the best idea for this Fringe Festival!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2017
The dialogue is entertaining and hilarious. The acting was excellent! It kept everyone interested the whole time and we enjoyed every minute of it.... full review
DEVIN KETKO certified reviewer June 10, 2017
This piece is beautifully acted and directed, and has some rather enjoyable violence to boot. Cheers!... full review
CHRIS SPOTZ certified reviewer June 11, 2017
Hilarious, intelligent and deep... full review
TEO CELIGO certified reviewer June 14, 2017
This is one of the best plays you'll see at Fringe this year. The writing approaches love and relationships from a different perspective and the actors have great chemistry- I can't single out one of them because they were all so wonderful. They didn't let my mind wander for a second. Tickets for a play of this quality should be double the cost of what it is, so you're getting a bargain for $15. Make sure you see it.... full review
JORDAN YOUNG so cal arts & entertainment certified reviewer June 13, 2017
A guy walks into a bar…but it’s not what you think. There’s a humor aplenty though in this offbeat seriocomic drama of love, lust and murderous jealousy. It takes Ché Walker about a minute to grab your attention; once he does he never lets go, and Austin Iredale’s attentive direction makes the seemingly impossible work on stage. The five-actor ensemble is first rate, with Maia Nikiphoroff’s wonderful rubber face and Carlo Figlio’s stoic countenance of special note. This US premiere is not to be missed.... full review
DAVID ARJUNA certified reviewer June 12, 2017
Amazing. Stunning. Entreating. It's worth taking some of your time to come and watch these hard working and talented actors and just enjoy what the writer wrote and what everyone brought to it! ... full review
CAITLIN HART the chamberpot certified reviewer June 18, 2017
This was a straight-forward dark romantic comedy with sharp dialogue and witty banter. ... full review
STEVE MADAR certified reviewer June 18, 2017
tagged as: fun
A darkly funny and well acted play about the difficulty of romantic connection and how much we need to be loved in a malicious world. ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 21, 2017
What was this show about? Like an episode of its always sunny... except more dramatic and less comedic. Loved the intensity of some of the actors and some of the arcs and moments between characters in the script. Good build, but i didnt really care about any of the characters.... full review

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