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"And Now It's All This!"

ensemble theatre · manvs films. · Ages 17+ · world premiere · 50 mins · United States of America

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DAWN JOYAL certified reviewer June 08, 2019
Well staged in it’s simplicity, honest, well directed story honoring all we know to be John facing the huge backlash of one small quote about Jesus... full review
CHRISTINE DEITNER [] certified reviewer June 17, 2019
This is one to see, friends - and as many reviewers before me have noted, this is what Fringe is for. As the program tells us, this is the second act of what I now hope will one day be a full play. You might think you have seen everything there is to see, from every possible angle, about The Beatles and John Lennon but this play here explores an incident that could just as easily happen today to an artist and ends up being about so much more than just this snapshot in Lennon's timeline. The performances are a delight. The script is solid. It's worth the time it takes to park, and though that might sound like nothing, on a weeknight, it can feel like we've entered the realm of Mad Max out there looking for a spot.... full review
JOSH KELLY certified reviewer June 09, 2019
Fantastic play. Incredible casting. Not only do many of the cast members have the fortunate perk of resembling their real life counterparts, every single performer was excellent. The already great cast has a compelling script to work with, and one can only assume solid direction guiding it all. Funny where is should be, captivating when it needs to be serious. The play understands what it wants to be and the team involved has brought that vision to life.... full review
ELOISE COOPERSMITH certified reviewer June 15, 2019
tagged as: ethics · History · beatles
A snapshot of Beatles history that is succinctly told, sharp storytelling- compelling performances - go see this! Per the program it is part of a larger project. Cannot wait to see more!... full review
DOUG GREEN certified reviewer June 14, 2019
This is what the Fringe is for! This look at one moment in the young life of John Lennon, one whose repercussions extended through his solo years and death, is a unique and marvelous piece, beautifully written, directed, and performed. For even the casual Beatles fan, it's a great education into a now-mostly-forgotten disaster that nearly ended the group; and for those with the knowledge of it, it serves up a brilliant look into the psychology of this tormented, egotistical, genius far too young for all he was experiencing. ... full review
PETER FOLDY certified reviewer June 09, 2019
This is a smart, cutting edge play, with strong performances. It's definitely one that should be on the top of your "must see" list at this year's Fringe.... full review
BETH SCORZATO certified reviewer June 18, 2019
Great pacing and outstanding performances keep you engaged the whole way through no matter how familiar you are with the history of The Beatles.... full review
SUZE CAMPAGNA certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Perfect. A great script telling the story of one significant event. The acting and directing a were fantastic. ... full review
KRISTA CONTI certified reviewer June 15, 2019
tagged as: beatles · Great Acting · smart · sharp · funny · top pick · john lennon
Excellent performances by all! Great script. Fantastic acting and directing! Don't miss this show!... full review
CATHERINE CURTIS certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: drama
Interesting story behind the famous faux pas. John was a man of many parts who felt constrained by pop music fame.... full review

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