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Death of a Mailman

ensemble theatre · annie c. wright · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America

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MICHAEL KOSSOFF certified reviewer June 02, 2018
tagged as: Unique discussion
Excellent acting from start to finish. Thoughtful dialogue much more enjoyable then watching My Dinner with Andre movie... full review
DANIEL MUSTAFA certified reviewer July 16, 2018
Captivating and engaging, wonderful acting and writing.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 23, 2018
We thoroughly enjoyed watching Death of a Mailman! ... full review
JEREMY VERNON certified reviewer June 23, 2018
The writing is tidily suspenseful, the dialogue crisp and real, with subtle humor slyly interspersed, and the acting by two gifted and seasoned pros is superbly gritty and honest. ... full review
ZACH MORRIS June 23, 2018
Cosimo Canale (Marty) and Jonathan Fishman (Joe) are truly magnificent in their performance in "The Death of a Mailman." Great acting and writing in this thought-provoking story. A wonderful ensemble of dialogue by writer, Annie Wright. I also enjoyed the venue at the Hollywood Fringe. Highly recommended! Great production!... full review
COOPER BATES June 18, 2018
Very interesting premise, one of them being, the idea of a mailman playing an Angel, protecting people from bad news. I liked the idea of this play a lot. I loved the set. The most elaborate set decorating I've seen at a fringe. Was not crazy about the performances, as they did not elevate beyond the opening moment, staging was a little flat and limited, but still, both actors managed to serve the script and the story is strong enough to carry. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2018
A wonderful intriguing two character short play. A simple set-up weaves into a yarn that keeps the audience guessing and wondering what will happen next. Written with finesse by Annie C. Wright, it was performed by Jonathan Fishman and Cosimo Canale, who both made these characters, and their relationship with one another, burst with life. A definite recommend. ... full review
LARRY SECHIAL June 18, 2018
Our first time at Fringe and enjoyed the whole experience. Death of a Mailman had a few interesting twists and was well done.... full review
CATHERINE CURTIS certified reviewer June 18, 2018
Sturdy and conventional.... full review
JOHN G. certified reviewer June 17, 2018
tagged as: Male friendship · friendship
Well, I was entertained. It was average though. But, finally good to see something with regard to a friendship between two men. Usually, women dominate that genre. ... full review

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