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

world premiere
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BONNIE SLUDIKOFF certified reviewer June 11, 2018
tagged as: important · gun violence · poignant · topical
So, this is more specifically a "suggestion" than I typically like to give, because hey, this isn't my show, after all. But I just have to say,because I see a future for this show- I think this is begging to be something a little different than what it is- maybe a solo show- we either need WAY more of the reporter, or way less... or maybe keep Rachel without doing too much to the script and simply make her sit in the front row and give all of the stage space to Jonathan- the current setup takes away from the impact of the piece- also the current blocking minimizes the potential of the whole thing... This is an important show that should be tweaked a bit and then taken on the road - we need to talk about this topic and this show does a grea... full review
TINKS LOVELACE certified reviewer June 11, 2018
GO AND SEE! Incredibly thought provoking, dark and discusses some HUGE themes in american society today. I LOVED!... full review
CURTIS KRICK certified reviewer May 31, 2018
tagged as: dark · current · vital · disturbing
Glitch is a provocative, in-your-face play addressing vital issues in a thought-provoking and highly theatrical way. With a lean, spare approach that's perfect for both the script and the Fringe, it's the kind of edgy, current theater we ought to be seeing more of.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer May 31, 2018
Good pacing and thought-provoking content... full review
ANNE ROTH certified reviewer June 01, 2018
Snyder-Eaton’s production of Glitch captured all the horror of a world where mass shootings have become commonplace. The shooter lives in a world where life has treated him hatefully, brutishly, and, what seems to be worst for him, inconsequentially. Snyder-Eaton’s play forces the audience to wrestle with the notion that freedom permits eccentricity and even madness; and to a point, enables it. ... full review
STACIE ONEIL certified reviewer June 02, 2018
Right from the get go the audience of “glitch” gets a sense of being part of a prison interview with the perpetrator of a mass shooting. The atmosphere of the theatre seems to pull the audience into the mind of the shooter providing a chillingly intimate look at his perspective. Fascinating details about the shooter’s life and rationalization are revealed as the reporter probes for answers. The writer provides the viewer with a high stakes show that is guaranteed to have you questioning what part society may have played in allowing a “glitch” to leave its mark on the world we live in. Definitely a thought provoking, entertaining piece by Rough Riders Theatre. ... full review
CJ MERRIMAN certified reviewer June 09, 2018
tagged as: America · shooter · white · male · rage
This is a really timely script performed by some goddamned professionals. It's dark, y'all. But very well done. Get out to see this show. ... full review
PATRICK CHAVIS certified reviewer June 10, 2018
7.6 out of 10 - Above Average. Click on the podcast to learn more. full review
LANESSA LONG certified reviewer June 10, 2018
tagged as: gun violence · American · empathy · dark
Haunting, captivating, important. To be able to have empathy with a sociopath seems like an unconquerable task. To get into their mind seems unsettling and dark. Yet, this show is an equal display of a call for change as it is a call to understand those we don’t want to, so we can have that hope to change at all. I felt myself begin to humanize this disgusting man - not because of his reasoning for his unthinkable actions, but because of the circumstances which allowed him to grow into someone who could kill so easily and in his mind, reasonably. This story was uncomfortable and deeply important. ... full review
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