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ensemble theatre · impaired vision productions · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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RYAN LISMAN certified reviewer June 14, 2018
I am very appreciative of this play for it's unique and bold approach in exploring mental illness. There are a lot of creative aspects and gems that are very evident in the piece, and I think that you will leave the play having become more conscious of the mental health issues that our society faces. The actors do a really good job portraying and honoring the struggles that their characters face, and the writing approaches the characters struggles from a humanistic and empathetic approach. Do check out Earworm if you can. ... full review
LINDSAY RAMSTETTER certified reviewer June 03, 2018
“Earworm” was amazing! There were so many relatable characters and personality traits in the play. All of the cast members were well-chosen and did a great job portraying their characters. The dialogue was genuine and realistic.... full review
KAYLA HERSHNER June 09, 2018
After hearing about the premise of the show - about having an earworm with a deeper meaning - I was so in. But the show turned out to be so much more than I thought. More charming and deeper. Sadder too. I loved the concept and execution. Very well done!... full review

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