Freebird Goes to Mars

solo performance · two old biddies · Ages 12+ · United States of America

one person show
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EMILY GOGLIA certified reviewer June 13, 2018
Betsy takes us from the well known to the unknown so smoothly and we are with her every step of the way. Her physicality was BREATHTAKING - literally taking us to another world. She completely captures us. ... full review
ANDREW KEOGHAN certified reviewer June 18, 2018
This was a compelling and nuanced performance of a demanding work. Betsy Moore impressed with physicality, humor and well pitched timing. Against a stark set, she remains front, center and captivating. ... full review
ASHLEY STEED certified reviewer June 18, 2018
What a delightful piece - Moore has created a character so delightful and endearing and has placed her in an extraordinary circumstance. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2018
What a fun, avant-garde show!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 20, 2018
tagged as: hilarious · charming · character study · fun!!
Funny, quirky, inventive, thoughtful, & poignant; I thoroughly enjoyed myself!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 21, 2018
I've seen this woman before. Maybe we saw her at Walmart or at Trader Joe's. Did she peak in high school? How did she end up here? Given that this is not the first time I have seen Betty, I know there is more to tell. Betsy Moore takes this woman and shows her insides to us and takes us on a journey to Mars. Something distant but familiar. Have I been there? Will I end up there?... full review
AMY RAASCH certified reviewer June 24, 2018
Philip Roth wrote, "Because that is when you love somebody - when you see them being game in the face of the worst. Not courageous. Not heroic. Just game.” A veteran of more marriages than she can count, an alcoholic in a minute-by-minute battle to stay sober, and an unlikely space travel pioneer, Betsy Moore's Freebird instantly and indelibly carves space in our hearts and expands our idea of what is possible. ... full review