Amanda The Barbarian

ensemble theatre franger brothers · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by DERRICK DYMALSKI

June 15, 2018 certified reviewer

What I liked

I thought Scott did a good job acting. I also think that it is awesome that he created a piece of art and should continue to do so. I think with a lot of work this could become a good play. I also liked how the director was in the play, but thought the execution of his involvement could be planned better. I also liked Scott’s baby story and was way more interested in that then any of Amanda’s stories.

What I didn't like

I could not identify with Amanda at all as a person. She just seemed evil and after a while all the yelling she did hurt my ears. I think if she was more relatable as a character I would enjoy her role more. I did not get how Scott dies and then comes back to life with no explanation.Throughout the whole play I was confused with what was going on, then it ended.

My overall impression

I have never seen anything like this. I was entertained but in the way one feels watching “The Room” by Tommy Wiseau, only Scott is a better actor then Wiseau.

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