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Millennial Pink

ensemble theatre · grateful living · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS June 25, 2018
One of my friends who had seen this show had highly recommended that I see it before it's run ended and, boy, am I happy I did! A fun, witty, clever, and timely show that hits all of the right notes and seemed to never miss a beat.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 25, 2018
I thought it was well thought out, and played well into the external view of millennials and how people perceive them. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 22, 2018
This was a hilarious play with some genuinely touching moments. A real gem with a great cast in and intimate setting. I look forward to seeing more work from the creators!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 22, 2018
A funny, fast paced play that highlights the daily drama of the Millennial generation. It was well acted, well written, and full of events that everyone can identify with. The sold out play had the audience laughing, clapping, and also feeling sympathetic to the characters. A must see at the Hollywood Fringe!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2018
Was pleasantly surprised by this play. Has a nice turn in the first vignette that sets the tone for the rest of the show. Thought it was insightful and fun. ... full review
MAX KEHS June 10, 2018
Incredibly thoughtful and incredibly produced and acted. This play resonated. ... full review
ELIZABETH ALAN certified reviewer June 11, 2018
A wonderful collection of stories with a well-mixed balance of humor and thought-provoking sentiment. Well acted with connection points to women of all generations. ... full review
ZACH DRUMMER June 11, 2018
tagged as: modern · comedy · female · feminism · workplace · dramedy
A well curated arrangement of independent scenes, all sharing themes built around the trials questions faced by modern women. Each of the four mini plays displayed their own stories and featured characters and actors that shined throughout. It was also very funny in parts where it wanted to be. ... full review

SIGNS w/ Jonathan David

Born to Deaf parents with substance issues, Jonathan David takes us on a hilarious and inspiring first hand account of his and his parents upbringing, his own battles with addiction, and their own continued recovery. Spoken word with ASL Interpreter.

Discount Code "Sins19" for $10 Tickets!

"A show with a unique twist that makes it a great example of how to have fun within a Fringe show..."-EB ..."Like a wiggly submissive...it just can't be tied down" -HH... #WhatsYourSin?