flat tire theatre company · Ages 14+ · United States of America

world premiere
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KATT BALSAN certified reviewer June 01, 2018
Loved it!! ... full review
VICTOR SOTOMAYOR certified reviewer May 31, 2018
tagged as: fun · moving · witty · comical · enjoyable
Friends embark on a camping trip that turns into an adventure full of mystery, strange characters, humor and fantastic creatures. There’s another layer to Survival Check that’s quite unexpected and very moving. ... full review
DENISE BARRETT certified reviewer June 01, 2018
This show was so much fun! 4 friends end up on an adventure they never would have imagined. Besides the fantasy/DND element, the show was very much about love and relationships. Love for old friends, new friends, and the deep rooted love for family. The different plot lines were nicely layered and interwoven within the entire show. Funny and silly as you would expect, with serious personal relationships expressed throughout. I'd highly recommend! ... full review
MELISSA ORTIZ certified reviewer June 02, 2018
A wonderfully fun and moving show from Flat Tire Theatre Company! ... full review
CAT LACOHIE certified reviewer June 05, 2018
Thoroughly enjoyable throughout. Genuinely laugh out loud with heartfelt moments that will bring a tear to your eye. You'll leave uplifted with more love in your heart and a desperate need to call your nearest and dearest for a catch-up. ... full review
MATTHEW DOMENICO certified reviewer June 10, 2018
A fantasy adventure that will make you laugh and simultaneously tug on your heartstrings. A must see show for the fringe this year!... full review
BEN BOQUIST certified reviewer June 10, 2018
It's been over a week since I saw the preview show, but it's popped into my head several times since. The play follows four college age friends who go on a camping trip and end up getting sucked into a magical adventure when they find fantasy weapons in the woods. If you think it sounds like a simple comedy, you'd be wrong because Lloyd seamlessly weaves existential themes and deep relationships into the light hearted premise. ​But before I talk about the cleverness of the script, I want to talk about the team. I was first introduced to @flattiretheatre at last year's Fringe. This is a group of friends who (mostly) studied theater together in college, and when you watch their plays (I've seen 3) it's impossible not to feel the chemistry. ... full review
AYESHA SIDDIQUI certified reviewer June 14, 2018
tagged as: fantasy · creative · touching · Millenial · warm
Such a creative, fun, and heartwarming show. At first I wasn't sure what to expect, but thanks to the committed actors and clear direction, I was transported to an incredibly believable fantasy world. Each character had a clear arc, and I found myself tearing up at the end of the show because I was so invested in their journey (no spoilers!) ... full review
SARAH RUTTAN certified reviewer June 14, 2018
tagged as: funny · heartwarming · nerdy
I’m a huge DND nerd. I feel only slight shame in admitting this fact. This one hit the feels, both in comedy and in heart. The actors did so well, and each fit there part. The backgrounds and lighting did an excellent job in bringing a small theatre to the woods, the magic was well played and I had a fun time all around.... full review
SHARI BARRETT certified reviewer June 16, 2018
tagged as: friendship · magic · ensemble · comedy
I have never played Dungeons and Dragons or seen/read any of the Harry Potter books or movies. Perhaps I would have appreciated the humor of this play a bit more if I had since many audience members were laughing hysterically at the references I did not understand. This fantasy play about four friends forced into the woods to search and destroy a monster called the Infector in order to protect the world from the disease it brings, was fun to watch, with an animated backdrop that rolled into position to different woodsy locations.... full review