45 Milligrams

ensemble theatre · enk · Ages 16+ · United States of America

world premiere
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DEANNE MILLAIS certified reviewer June 06, 2019
tagged as: movement
I really enjoyed it! Inventive movement and colorful characters in a very compact play. I always enjoy watching David Haverty perform - he's consistently dynamic and charismatic in his work. Nikki Muller and Jason Rosario continue their streak as fantastic directors, producers, and performers. Ian Kaye, new to me, wrote an engaging piece and was wonderful to watch as counterpart to Haverty. I recommend it!... full review
BENJAMIN NICHOLSON certified reviewer June 07, 2019
tagged as: slapstick · insanity
The slapping was glorious, the performance by The Man was serene, and I had a wonderful time.... full review
ZACHARY BERNSTEIN certified reviewer June 07, 2019
Didn't know what to expect going in, but this show was funny, freaky, and short.... full review
MATT RITCHEY certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: smart · impressive · well-written
A tight, action-packed, cerebral, emotional half hour. Featuring a cast of fantastic performers and a sharp, well-written script, your eyes, brain, and heart are in for a rollercoaster ride of emotions. "Keep your eye on what's important and be wary of bombast." More importantly, go see the hell out of this show. ... full review
ALON DINA certified reviewer June 06, 2019
Glad I got to start Fringe off with this one! Very thoughtful and carefully choreographed. Leaves audience thinking and feeling.... full review
BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ certified reviewer June 10, 2019
Borrowing from classic Hollywood comedies like the Three Stooges and Laurel and Hardy, 45 Milligrams takes these physical comedy elements and sensibilities, drops in a heap of dark absurdity, and blends it into a weird little 35 minutes that fits right into its own category. A great piece for fringe!... full review
JESSIE KNOWLES certified reviewer June 15, 2019
There was not a moment that I was not totally riveted by what was happening onstage. I wanted to be able to watch all four actor’s faces at the same time because there was so much depth in the performances. I was mesmerized by the physical aspect as well and how it was stretched and experimented with throughout the show. ... full review
JAMES FERRERO certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: 45 · milligrams · mental · patient · institution · medicine · physical · comedy · Absurdist
45 Milligrams blends adept physical comedy with deeper, mental issues while being wrapped in an absurdist blanket. I was completely engaged the whole time, having no clue where they were going to take it. It's hard to believe 30 minutes could fly by so fast. ... full review
ALEXANDRA FIALLOS certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: mental health · Dark Comedy · combat
Quite literally felt like a physical representation of an anxiety attack unfolding in front of you. The intensity, the breathing, the pace. It was quite a genius production. Quick, jam-packed and an experience to remember. Plays of this nature can easily become very one note- but 45 milligrams was real, had excellent comedic moments and visceral. I wouldn't miss this conversation starter. ... full review
VIVI THAI certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Interesting, cool show! The physicality in this show was awesome, and the characters were crazy-fun to watch. ... full review