ensemble theatre · rough riders theatre cavalry · Ages 13+ · United States of America

world premiere
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JIM VEJVODA certified reviewer June 10, 2018
A powerful, compelling two-hander that tackles our ongoing national tragedy of mass shootings. Definitely a show to see at this year’s Fringe!... full review
RICHARD LEVINSON certified reviewer June 10, 2018
Dense but passionate and relevant writing, great performance.... full review
STEVE CHANG uncertified reviewer June 11, 2018
This show was amazing. The acting and writing were top notch. I was totally engrossed in the world that the two actors created on stage. The characters were interesting and compelling and had fully developed points of view. I loved the serious subject matter and the way it was presented. It's topical and powerful and thought-provoking. Everything about this production was a win.... full review
DAVID EVAN STOLWORTHY certified reviewer June 13, 2018
The show takes a dark look at the inner mind of a school shooter. Intense, deeply-thought out, and mesmerizing; the play tackles the harsh realities about the necessities for gun control and the reason for it. Will be recommending this to everyone. ... full review
RACHEL HARMON certified reviewer June 13, 2018
Unsettling and uncomfortable. This type of story features the dialogue we need to be having during these times of uncontrollable gun violence.... full review
RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer June 15, 2018
tagged as: timely · dark · topical
Framed as a conversation between a journalist and a man convicted of killing multiple people in a school shooting, this piece does not concentrate on the issue of guns, instead it concentrates on the issues of people. Almost underplayed by the cast, it is effective in raising the issues but does not offer solutions. This piece wants you to think Glitch is a message piece, for sure. It does not hide its intentions very deeply. What you see is what you are to walk away with… we need to focus on the issue of guns, gun control and the role guns play in American society. ... full review
CELINA LEE SURNIAK certified reviewer June 16, 2018
This show is powerful. Relevant. And downright nauseating. The actors did a wonderful job at presenting the juxtaposition of the reasons behind so many of the mass shootings that have occurred within the last two decades. The writer has a wonderful grasp on language. Congratulations on the packed house, guys!... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 17, 2018
The premise and story were timely, in light of the outrage over recent occurrences, but the cast seemed unprepared to turn that outrage into a memorable show that would spark change. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2018
Powerful performances... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 18, 2018
This could have been a one man show. Monologues helped the audience picture the violence very well. The shooter seemed arrogant and scared. I couldn’t take my eyes off of him. The show hits a lot of points about why someone wants to shoot up a school and gives an accurate analysis of the type of person who would commit such a heinous act of violence. The ending made me jump, and I felt terrified when he addressed the audience. Well done. ... full review