2 for 1

solo performance · brown hill productionz · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America

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CONOR HANNEY certified reviewer July 03, 2019
tagged as: intimate · vulnerable · intentional
Straight-to-the-vein vulnerability.... full review
MARNIE OLSON certified reviewer July 17, 2019
tagged as: solos · women · funny · dance · movement · archetype · Feminist · grieving · family · sexy
Angela Beevers and Alyssa Virker deliver two fantastic, fast-paced solo shows. ... full review
MATTHEW LATKIEWICZ certified reviewer June 10, 2019
Two bold, unique solo shows for the price of one bold unique solo show! Both shows take you to uncomfortable places and beyond with a lot of wit, bite, and intelligence. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2019
tagged as: Good · very good · i like it a lot
A surreal exploration of human pathos- what makes us move and why. The woman- Alyssa Virker, I believe- communicates through wild movement and lightning flashes of character, maintaining a quick tempo throughout. The second play, with Angela Beevers, maintained the rapid fire, and was a supremely satisfying next act. She explored the darkness with a steady eye, and she found gold in unlikely places.... full review
MORGAN D certified reviewer June 12, 2019
tagged as: creative · dance · funny · brilliant · women · Feminist · death
I am still thinking about the emotional impact of these shows days later! I have to admit I didn’t know what to expect when going in to two back-to-back one woman shows, but trust me, it is beyond anything you could imagine. These performances are creatively risky, emotionally compelling, and dare to tackle big themes and societal issues. And on top of that, they are riotously funny! You will be mystified. You will cry. You will laugh. You will walk away with a new perspective. ... full review
KATE ADOLPH certified reviewer June 15, 2019
The two shows are so unique and different, yet somehow work together perfectly. Alyssa and Angela were both clever and genuine; their shows were moving, thought-provoking, and belly laugh-inducing. I was truly impressed and can't wait to see what they do next.... full review
JANNICA OLIN certified reviewer June 16, 2019
tagged as: fun · inspiring · moving · dance · Relationships · Self
Two powerful women in their own 30 minute solo shows take you on a journey of reflection, recognition, laughter and inspiration. Alyssa and Angela have kept their 2 For 1 shows a little secret, and it's that mystery that sets you up for a pleasant surprise. The shows are very different in nature but in the end brings us all to what being human is all about; finding our own place in the world through it all. These stories will leave you in that great place of looking at your own life, how you lead it, how it came to be the way it is and was. Go see!!... full review
SUKYS DAY certified reviewer June 16, 2019
I'm not one for plays in general, so watching two shorts for the price of one was perfect for me! I liked that the plays didn't really focus so much on the environment/sets but physically embodied both their worlds themselves but in such different ways. ... full review
JEANNIE SELLICK certified reviewer June 20, 2019
Both shows took my breath away. Truly some of the best work I've seen from performers in a long, long time. Each show achieves the difficult task of striking the right balance between hilarious & heartbreaking. The first piece, Alyssa's on the "simulacra," is like a feminist take on Black Mirror; in fact, I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say that her 30 minute show is far more thoughtful and powerful than anything Black Mirror has made in years. Her show is one of the most powerful depictions of the toxic relationship between the media and modern day feminism that I've ever seen. The second show, Angela's "My Dead Mom's Funeral," is a hilarious yet moving piece that everyone needs to see. Angela's wit, creativity, & masterful acting c... full review
STACY DYMALSKI certified reviewer June 21, 2019
tagged as: women · comedy · interpretive dance · eulogy · creative
This show delivers in what is advertises: two completely different performances, for the price of one, by two very talented women. The first show is experimental using interpretive dance to underscore a character's emerging feminism, and the second is a LOL comedy about death. I mean, come on, you need to see this.... full review