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To Richard!

ensemble theatre · pale horse craft · Ages 15+ · world premiere · 70 mins · United States of America

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SAM BYKER certified reviewer June 20, 2019
Fantastic — hilarious and affecting in equal parts (often at the same time), fast-paced, crisply written, and beautifully acted. This was the first time I've ever walked of a show wishing it had been twice as long. I hear this was the playwright's first play, which is stunning — wish I had that talent. Way exceeded expectations and couldn't recommend more.... full review
FRANKIE MACLAUGHLIN certified reviewer June 14, 2019
Jessica Moreno packs it all into this one hour dramedy about love, loss and friendship between strangers. No wonder Jessica got into the MFA screenwriting program at NYU with this one, because it's in a word: brilliant.... full review
JENNIFER OAKLEY certified reviewer June 24, 2019
tagged as: funeral · two-hander · strangers · Alcoholism · death
Heartbreaking and funny, this show was incredibly satisfying in so many ways.... full review
JENNIFER CHUN certified reviewer June 14, 2019
To Richard begins with a soft lullaby, but within the first few minutes of the play the crescendo builds to a scream of pain. I found myself laughing and tearing up in the same gasp. This is a Fringe show not to be missed. Get your tickets now. ... full review
ALON DINA certified reviewer June 14, 2019
tagged as: one-act · two-person · debut
Brilliant play about a chance encounter between two opposing beliefs and how they can transform each other for the better.... full review
MARNIE OLSON certified reviewer June 15, 2019
Brilliant, amazing, powerful, moving, hilarious - and a whole host of other words which are sufficiently overused enough that they don't do my feelings about this wonderful show justice. Run To Richard now! ... full review
TERRI WEISS certified reviewer June 15, 2019
Brilliant writing and acting!... full review
JENNI HALINA certified reviewer June 21, 2019
A powerful and thought provoking script that is extremely well written. It all seems so effortless and natural, you'd think you accidentally walked into the forest and came across these two people. With a minimal (yet sufficient) set, the two actors create a whole world within the story and connect with one another in a short amount of time on stage. The script is natural, clever and even has moments of comedy that arise organically even though the script is about mourning someone. Honestly, I could go on forever about it, I was really absorbed in the whole performance; I am still thinking about this show days after seeing it. PLEASE go see this play, you will be glad you did! ... full review
VINCENT GOMEZ certified reviewer June 21, 2019
Brilliant and heart wrenching.... A must see!!!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2019
A rarely touched subject in today's society, seeing grief dealt with in this piece was refreshing, humorous, and a much needed reminder of how loss affects each of us differently and what paths are available to us to find peace.... full review