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Are We Not Human?

dance & physical theatre · duckbits · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States

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TEN WEST June 20, 2011
Hilarious, thought-provoking, unsettling, inspiring and fun! Go!!!... full review
BRIGHT EYES PRODUCTIONS June 20, 2011
Truly innovative theatre. It takes a few minutes to realize what's happening (or actually, not happening), drop your expectations and relax into it. Very close to Beckett in concept and execution. Beautifully performed. I guess the closest description would be 'absurdist", though even that word doesn't quite fit. As a director myself, I had to ask myself how I could ever direct it. I had to conclude I couldn't come close. I have a few minor quibbles, but all-in-all, I definitely say: if you're someone who loves to see what theatre can be, go.... full review
MICHAEL SERWICH June 25, 2011
Duckbits are funny, fearless & unique! ... full review
JULIETTE ANGELI June 21, 2011
I think if Monty Python had a torrid affair with the Red Hat Society, their daughters would be the characters in this show. Go to this show and see laughs come from odd places. ... full review
AARON BURROWS June 25, 2011
This show was hilarious. I had to pull myself out of a downward laughing spiral so I wouldn't embarrass myself. Some moments reminded me of classic comedy duos of the past like Abbott and Costello and Laurel and Hardy. Then there were moments that seemed suited for Saturday Night Live. Great performance and characters by the two ladies involved and a fun way to spend an hour and get some laughs.... full review

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A musical memoir by Lisa Verlo directed by and developed with Jessica Lynn Johnson. "Connecting to the audience on an almost cellular level… Lisa is fierce, brave, wise and absolutely hilarious…Bravo!" Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros NoHo Arts District

DOZED & CONFUSED

Carl Kozlowski fell asleep at the wheel of his car, made Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank think he died mid-interview and had to race an LA bus at 90 mph. Now he's ready to share his craziest narcoleptic misadventures with you. Strap in!