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Gun and a Motel Bible

One More Chance · safety patrol theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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SUSANNAH STULTZ certified reviewer June 03, 2018
This show was exceptional. Incredibly well written, thoughtful, and extremely well performed. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 04, 2018
tagged as: religion · awesome · comedy · drama · dramedy · Dialogue · monologue · discussion · great
One of the most original and succinct one act plays that I've seen in years. A unique take on an issue that everyone can identify with one side or the other.... full review
ROSALIND ENCISO certified reviewer June 04, 2018
tagged as: funny · innovative · smart
This play is excellent! The quality of the writing and the performances is 5-Star without a doubt. I thought the content of this 50 minute play was innovative and thought provoking . I loved it! ... full review
Impressive! Floren and Gosnell create an original and compelling piece here, and execute it with pro-level skill. "Gun and a Motel Bible" is "experimental" only in its brave thematic content, and is truly Fringe at its best.... full review
ANA ZIMHART June 26, 2018
What a treat! Witty, intelligent, and refreshingly original, without isolating the audience (a tough feat when one of the characters is a BOOK!)... full review
ANDY HOFF June 18, 2018
I loved this show. Really well fleshed out characters, expertly acted, taut direction and beautifully written! What more can I say? You should see it.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 18, 2018
This play worked on every level! The writing demonstrated an understanding of the complexity of the subject, left it open to both sides, and didn't weigh down the audience with rhetoric. ... full review
GEORGE CHRISTOPHER certified reviewer June 18, 2018
Outstanding! Managed to weave a very complex and controversial topic that has the potential to be overly pedantic (religion) together with a potent, well-fleshed out dramatic premise. Not a dull moment, I could not find a fault with either the acting, writing, or directing. Great, thought-provoking and often funny performance and piece of writing.... full review
ALEXANDER BERNSTEIN certified reviewer June 17, 2018
Gun And A Motel Bible was a fascinating discourse on morality and religion. If you like to see great actors argue about the deeper meanings of life, this is your show!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 16, 2018
Witty, well paced, stimulating, novel, fascinating, clever, kept me wondering where it was going to go as I was eager to know. Some dark areas, but well balanced with some humor breaks.... full review


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