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How to be Lazy and Not Feel Guilty

comedy · leaky faucet & sons · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America

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June 07, 2018 certified reviewer

What I liked

I liked the through thought of the prop design. The flat, highly-fantastical, over-sized props were functional, and also quickly identifiable, which as an audience member I needed given the clip of the show. The performer who played Jenine, was amazingly relate-able, and captivating ultimately. Definitely, going to look out for her in future productions.

What I didn't like

Overall, I would love to see this show remounted in the future, with a higher production value. I understand this is Leaky Faucet and Sons debut production, so that was unobtainable this round. Maybe something to consider for the future?

My overall impression

Leaky Faucet and Son’s debut production really comes out of the gate rip roaring. This show houses many methods of conveying the story’s broad plot line (which is too close to home for me to touch on), and constantly engages the audiences attention. I feel many of the design elements were thought through, and the cast had a strong handle on their characters and motivations. I saw this production at first preview/ the first public performance, and there were a couple moments that were not as clean as I think the cast was hoping to achieve, however, with their run I’m certain it’ll tighten up. Overall, Entertaining.

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