Acid Wash Love

comedy · maitlyn pezzo, inc · Ages 15+ · United States of America

world premiere
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STACY DYMALSKI certified reviewer June 09, 2019
tagged as: Engaging · well-written · delicious
The writing and performances in this show are outstanding. One of the best plays I've seen at the HFF in a long time. I was engaged in the story the whole time and the acting from all three performers was top notch. This was a last-minute decision to attend, as we had some time to kill between shows. So we walked up and bought tickets. What a delightful surprise. Go see it. You won't be disappointed. ... full review
LEIGH KEENE certified reviewer June 28, 2019
Literally the best play I’ve ever seen! ... full review
ASHLEY MCQUESTON certified reviewer June 09, 2019
Great show! Super funny and relevant! And the surprise was an unexpected YUMMIE! Highly recommend this show!... full review
VERONICA LOPEZ certified reviewer June 08, 2019
The show was full of surprises. The actors were amazing. I will be coming to see the play a few more times. The Cookies were delicious and an added plus to the amazing show! ... full review
MEGAN FORD-MILLER certified reviewer June 11, 2019
tagged as: modern · Love · excellent · great storytelling
This was a great surprise! I love creative movement from one scene to another and this show is very well written. It felt like an episode of a tv show. The casting of these actors was spot on and they are excellent!... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Chambers Stevens has done it again with this amazing story that would fit perfectly into the fall line-up of The CW. Perfectly directed by Victoria Hoffman, this hilarious three-hander features the amazing talents of future Oscar winner Maitlyn Pezzo, along with Laurent Sayer and Bethany Nava. It is a true ensemble piece, as the talents of all three were needed to pull it off... full review
JOHN BRAHAN certified reviewer June 10, 2019
Acid Wash Love delves into relationships between men and women in a post-Me Too dating culture and poses the question many young people ask themselves: is seduction "okay" anymore? Stevens writes an excellent depiction of a modern American dude who "respects women" out of fear rather than morality. I loved the ideas that Stevens discusses and his spot on analysis of intimacy, or lack thereof, in the modern age. The timing and pacing of the script are excellent, and the actors stay engaged not only with each other but with the audience as well. Also, the free cookies are delicious. ... full review
WHITNEY ALLEY certified reviewer June 08, 2019
I was so impressed with the writing and the way the actors carried it out. I thoroughly enjoyed it the entire way through ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2019
tagged as: smart · funny · real
Loved this show. We left needing to process it all and really appreciated that! There are twists in the plot and it really makes you think about relationships and how we view them as males and females. Great job!!!... full review
COREY ROBIDEAU certified reviewer June 09, 2019
I really enjoyed the story of this show. The question of seduction and manipulation really had me thinking. It can be touchy today, and I love that this play brought up that question about where the line is drawn.... full review