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Narcissus & Echo

mount olympus · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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June 11, 2017

What I liked

This was a total surprise of fringe story line and brilliant performances. The story line was both contemporary and ancient, bringing forth issues that have plagued the human psyche in a hip and stylish way that was uplifting, humorous, and rewarding. The cast was outstanding as they delivered their opening performance, fast paced and not missing a queue, they were vibrant and capable switching between timeline and delivering the punches of our modern dilemmas of nature vs capitalism. Not to be missed for all the best reasons: entertaining, director, script, songs, and performance. A+ for showing up as an unexpected pleasure.

What I didn't like

Can’t say much here as I was enthralled from the get go.

My overall impression

As they perform, the energy will allow each performer to get into their rhythm as they begin to experience the synergistic realism of their part. The Director has put together a dynamic production, nurturing each vibrant actor to deliver an explosive nuance to a Greek myth, an important message for contemporary times. Bravo!!!! Brava!!!!

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