KnowNo’s - #fixmysHituation

ensemble theatre · rawchattruths · Ages 17+ · United States of America

family friendly world premiere
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GABRIELLA SPACCIARI uncertified reviewer June 02, 2018
I went to see the show on the preview and found out a very interesting script and good acting. Funny and dramatic. ... full review
SONYA R HART uncertified reviewer June 06, 2018
It was a well written piece by Tae Graham. Every character expressed their life's woes; that at times during the play were very serious, with a comical twist. It was a very enjoyable way to spend a Friday night and I can't wait until her next play. I'm a big fan........ full review
DRU BEDARD uncertified reviewer June 06, 2018
This was a brave, powerful production, that touches upon topics people are still uncomfortable talking about. I loved the diverse cast. Sexual abuse/harassment doesn’t discriminate the cast helped carryover that strong message!... full review
KATE THURKLE uncertified reviewer June 14, 2018
Overall I think that this show had an important message to share with the community of Hollywood. We are going through a renaissance of understanding in what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour in the work place environment. Knowno's captures the importance of this current social issue. ... full review
CAMAREE BARR uncertified reviewer June 11, 2018
This show confronts the hard simple truth that we interpret words for our own benefit, despite their true meaning. The English language is hard enough. If we don't abide by the meaning of words, why do we bother learning their definitions? Collectively, we need to say what we mean and respect the boundaries people set in place. It's never acceptable to deny a person their own voice. I like the message and I think the show is easy to follow.... full review
MITCH WALSH certified reviewer June 15, 2018
I must congratulate the actors and creatives in the efforts for tackeling such an important and relevant issue. There is a nice concept begins this show, which was very imaginative, and the play had genuine moments of relatability mixed with lighthearted humor. Which a play like this needs. However it seems the idea and concept was a bit over ambitious for the amount of time the play ran for. The execution of theatrical techniques was also a bit sloppy leaving audience members confused and at times alienated. ... full review