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The Same Room

ensemble theatre · lucid dramatics · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 40 mins · United States of America

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ERIC DEPRIESTER certified reviewer June 16, 2019
tagged as: experimental · emotional · intimate · drama
A gripping update of No Exit that replaces the existential questioning with a strong emotional core, anchored by two fantastic performances. ... full review
CHRIS VALENTI certified reviewer June 15, 2019
tagged as: intense · disturbing
Intense performances in a true blackbox psychological thriller. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 15, 2019
A wonderful show that illustrates struggle between the right and left brain. The two leads effortlessly traverse an an emotional mine field. It is thought provoking and at times explosive. I eagerly await a second viewing, as to pick up more from the writer. ... full review
PAYDEN ACKERMAN certified reviewer June 09, 2019
tagged as: Beautiful · powerful · affecting
The Same Room is a visceral examination of an all too common human experience: our capacity to wage war with ourselves. It’s a poetic, thrilling, and excruciatingly honest piece of theatre, and well worth the journey. ... full review
DAVID MACDOWELL BLUE certified reviewer June 09, 2019
tagged as: hell · Heaven · afterlife · lgbt · existential
I've been telling friends that The Same Room is "No Exit but with a happy ending." This usually inspires a laugh and the question "So heaven is other people?" Well, yes. So is hell. Plus the full range of everything in between. Two young women literally end up thrown (by who? or what?) into a room. We and they pretty soon realize they are dead, outside of time and space as we understand it. Nobody knows what happens next, but they must somehow handle it. In this work, the two are anything but strangers--thus both hell and heaven. Adding to to the tension is the nice touch that the lights above the locked doors where they entered change based on what they do or (maybe) feel. Might they escape when the lights turn green instead of re... full review
TINKS LOVELACE June 08, 2019
Kelley Pierre gives a beautifully fragile performance in this mind bending drama that is a fascinating look at the human mind, our human conditions and the obstacles that need to be overcome when navigating human relationships. Kelley also wrote the unique and thrilling play. She’s so talented! Make more stuff! ... full review
MIKE REYES certified reviewer June 07, 2019
tagged as: suspense · communication · Love · thriller · Beautiful · dark
Our story begins with our two characters Thyma(Kelly Pierre) and Aspid(Sam Sheeks) simultaneously thrown into a dark, locked chamber. The only thing there to take up any space is a small table with two chairs, and the horrible, gut-wrenching realization that these two people who seem have a great deal of history with each other, are now locked in this prison together with no seemingly way out. I am hesitant to say any much more about the story, as I am a firm believer in not spoiling this production and it needing to be experienced in person for the first. I strongly encourage you to go into this play, with as little knowledge as you can. ... full review
tagged as: surreal · Relationships
A tightly written, hauntingly truthful psychological thriller about learning to speak the truth with love. ... full review
IAN KAYE certified reviewer June 07, 2019
tagged as: Identity · intense · Cerebral
This play was a wonderful physical realization of the abstracts of the human mind. I love the build up, where at first you’re wondering who these two people are to each other until it culminates and without spoiling too much, I will just say something along the lines of “birds of a feather.” This play touches on the idea that we all have different aspects of self within us, sometimes it’s just about which of those selves you listen to. If your looking for a thought provoking and emotionally engaging show I highly recommend The Same Room.... full review
CHRISTINE DEITNER [] certified reviewer June 07, 2019
Though it is clear a lot of thought and physical effort went into shaping this piece, it is a challenge to grasp what the piece is actually about, all the more so after a post bows mini-speech addressed to hoping that anyone in the audience going through the same thing will be able to take something from their experience watching the show. ... full review


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