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rogue machine theatre · Ages 17+ · includes nudity · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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JEFF LAUB certified reviewer June 09, 2017
A funny, charming solo show featuring fantastic performances by Ava Bogle. Topical without being heavy-handed, the Pleasure Project is an entertaining satire that makes great use of integrating multimedia elements. ... full review
TARA DONOVAN certified reviewer June 09, 2017
This show is the love child of The Vagina Monologues and Mars Attacks. I was laughing my ass off. A truly pleasurable time ;-)... full review
SHANNON NOEL June 12, 2017
The production is not only delightful it's profound and important. This is a must see and I can't wait to see it's next incarnation.... full review
Ava Bogle takes us on a journey that is at turns funny, sexy, irreverent, educational and inspiring. Loved every minute. ... full review
ESTHER MIRA certified reviewer June 12, 2017
tagged as: comedic · comedy · funny · important · interesting · solo · solo show
The Pleasure Project is a must-see show at this year's Fringe! Ava Bogle fully embodies all of the characters she portrays in a hilarious, charming, sexy and delightful way. Although the tone of this show is comedic (I was laughing throughout!), it touches on very important topics. I can't wait to see where Ava takes this show next!... full review
CHELSEY ROSETTER certified reviewer June 15, 2017
Ava transforms flawlessly from one character to the next in this funny, girl power, sexy and culturally important one woman show. You'll leave wanting to spend more time with the line up of lovable alien creatures while at the same time examining your own feminine place on Earth. Ava is equally compelling as shy, slutty, awkward, hilarious and absurd, and somehow makes you leave the theater loving your vagina even more than you already do. ... full review
PAUL GREEN June 15, 2017
A very talented actress, passionate artist, well-writen show and brilliantly performed one-person show.... full review
TONYA JONES certified reviewer June 16, 2017
What a uniquely creative and imaginative show! I was so impressed by Ava's command of the stage and very strong character work -- she portrayed a wide range of diverse of characters with such a great deal of skill, specificity, and physicality. Watching her I thought, wow, this young lady is definitely going places! And even though the show is comedic, its subject matter and themes are serious food for thought. I also loved the smart incorporation of video and music. It supported the story and performance perfectly. Great show!... full review
TRACEY PALEO, GIA ON THE MOVE (OFFICIAL PRESS) gia on the move and footlights certified reviewer June 18, 2017
tagged as: solo show · feminism
It's a femme-light, non-nuclear entertaining diversion.... full review
DYLAN SAUNDERS certified reviewer June 20, 2017
Ava Bogle is a triumph. If the world ever comes to an end, I hope this show, and Bogle's unique voice, carry the human race through it.... full review

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