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Loose Underwear

solo performance · dagmar stansova · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · 1hr · United States of America

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VICTOR SOTOMAYOR certified reviewer July 21, 2019
tagged as: underwear · dance · overbearing · mother · survivor · Holocaust
The show is well written and performed by Dagmar. Her characters are so recognizable, full of innuendos that set them all apart that it was meant for her to perform them as she knows them so well. Beautiful job... and nice, dirty underwear to go around!... full review
ELINOR FELDMAN certified reviewer July 15, 2019
Dagmar Stansova’s, “Loose Underwear” is performance magic! She entertains, she touches, she transforms. I laughed, I cried, I left healed.... full review
STEVE CRANE certified reviewer June 28, 2019
tagged as: entertaining show. · great
The play was very well thought out and performed quite nicely. It touched on many subjects that are not discussed too often in a public forum, yet, those subjects are as real as our existence.... full review
AMANDA LAINBERGER certified reviewer July 02, 2019
tagged as: passionate · emotional
Dagmar is a true artist and performer. She goes through so many emotions in this 1 hour show that you as an audience member feel like you have loved her life through her. Very well done.... full review
BOB RICH certified reviewer July 02, 2019
Dagmar Stansova achieves something extraordinary in her one-woman show, Loose Underwear. In a sensitive yet entertaining way she explains how she found strength and happiness as the daughter of a Holocaust survivor. In her youth, music was her refuge, as she sang Jewish songs and danced joyfully to James Brown records. She speaks of impassioned talks with her mother and enchanting memories of her grandmother. She recalls romantic relationships from her adult years, while the soft strains of an Al Green tune play for us in the theater. She remembers moments luminous with poetry, like the time a group of brightly-lit children resembled “a room of little suns.” ... full review
STACY DYMALSKI certified reviewer July 01, 2019
tagged as: generational · History · family
A beautifully crafted story that shares one woman's journey from her homeland of Czechoslovakia to the United States, and how it affected her and her relationship with her parents (especially her mother). Dagmar's story is a wonderful metaphor of how generational differences define who we are, no matter how much we try to run from them. ... full review
LAWRIE CHIARO SMYLIE certified reviewer June 30, 2019
tagged as: original · Brave · poetic · brilliant
Dagmar is a brilliant storyteller. I kept thinking the word “poetic” as she spoke and danced and laughed and told us about herself and her family. She’s a true artist, one-of-a-kind, an original. The world is a better place with her in it. Go hear her story!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 30, 2019
Brilliant, authentic and hilarious!... full review
LESLIE GUERRA certified reviewer June 29, 2019
tagged as: deep and poetic · rich · mesmerizing
Mesmerizing...such an incredible story. Very rich in layers and depth. Yet also told with lightness and humor as well.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 28, 2019
tagged as: fabulous
Moving and thought provoking, I was mesmerized from start to finish.... full review