Fight Song!

ensemble theatre · poppy cot productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America

world premiere
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SARA PROCTOR certified reviewer June 30, 2019
It was soooo good. Very compelling. I have never seen a play like Fight Song, and I didn’t know what to expect but I’m blown away. It’s experimental in all the right ways while still delivering such a great story. ... full review
ROSE E JAMIL certified reviewer June 30, 2019
This play is excellent. It’s the kind of show that leaves you thinking for a while after. Very impressed.... full review
AMANDA LAINBERGER certified reviewer July 09, 2019
tagged as: religion · Lucifer · God
This show is such an interesting take on what happens when you die-heaven/hell/the in-between? It also raises the questions on what it’s like to live in a religious setting and how hypocritical that way of living can be.... full review
KAWORU ASAKUSA certified reviewer June 15, 2019
Fight Song! has a surprising amount of big imagin, some of it is positively crazy and it all worked for me. Specially, young power and greater technical. I love that.... full review
FRAN MCARTHUR certified reviewer June 15, 2019
This was an incredibly refreshing show with a refreshing balance of satire and drama along with well developed characters and a well written script that delivered is mesmerizing performance.... full review
JASON POLLAK certified reviewer June 22, 2019
If you've ever enjoyed an experimental production, do not miss Fight Song. The acting, writing, direction and design are superb, and the ensemble works together on and offstage to craft a brilliant production, full of laughs, darkness, and more meaning than I thought a 50-minute production could muster. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 22, 2019
Performances were powerful. Direction great. A few of the monologues were over-long.... full review
JOSHUA CAMPBELL certified reviewer June 22, 2019
I saw this absolutely wonderful show during its debut and fell in love instantly within the first few minutes. The concept of this play is excellent and very beautifully executed. The characters are all discreetly developed throughout the piece- one of which was revealed to be the character I connected to most who had one of the smallest parts in the show until the close. This piece is eerie, hilarious, relevant and unique. Everything I love in one. It has incredibly dark, dry humor, yet very vivid and on-the-nose moments that lighten the story. I can’t wait to see the future work this uncanny and kind-hearted playwright produces in the future.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 23, 2019
tagged as: Feminist · 1960s · texas · death · existential · growingup · religion · Girls
Incredible. Out of the countless shows I have seen at the Fringe over the years, I have never experienced something that affected me or captured my attention quite like this. Right from the beginning, Fight Song! drew me in. So intriguing. What will a person think when they realize that they may have just died? Furthermore, as someone who grew up in the sixties, I am so moved by specificity of the writing. It was very accurate, and I find it brilliant that the playwright chose this time period for this story. It provides a very thought provoking parallel between the wild and chaotic world of the sixties and what we're dealing with today in the US. Put it this way: when a play ends, and it feels like it had only just begun... the play i... full review