thank you for loving me

ensemble theatre · volcano hospital · Ages 14+ · United States of America

world premiere
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ERIK BLAIR certified reviewer June 29, 2019
Breakups can be so bitter, so dark and so scary. It was amazing to see a show that tackled that last moment in such a real way, with no clear winner or loser, no clear resolution and no clear path forward. That's life but it's rarely what you see onstage. Very, very well done.... full review
MARLA BLACK certified reviewer July 01, 2019
A gut punch to the heart. It feels like you're watching a real couple. Langer and Fountain's chemistry was dynamic and so believable at times it felt like you accidentally walked into a private conversation and stayed for fear they might hear you if you left. It cuts to some hard truths, the writing so raw and honest, it leaves you questioning your own love life long after you leave the performance. This was an incredible theatre experience (even if you have to remind yourself numerous times... it's not real... it's just an incredibly real theatre experience).... full review
ADAM SMITH certified reviewer July 06, 2019
A terrific little vignette of the ending of a destructive relationship. Though both actors delivered strong enough performances to make me root for their mutual freedom, Ashley Fountain’s subtly nuanced performance left me desperately wanting to interrupt the performance and help her carry her luggage out of the apartment. ... full review
BENJAMIN NICHOLSON certified reviewer June 09, 2019
tagged as: breakup · relationship · frog · stink
I forgot I was watching a play; instead, I felt like I was watching two complicated people blow up their relationship in real-time; in short, thank you for this performance!... full review
MICHAEL GORDON SHAPIRO certified reviewer June 09, 2019
An alternately gripping, desolate, and funny look at the life cycle of a New York relationship, brought to life by three notably talented dramatic actors.... full review
RACHEL ELLNER certified reviewer June 14, 2019
tagged as: relationship · breakup · stink · frog · rats · bestfriends · Love · litfam · drama
A hauntingly accurate depiction of the ups and downs of a long-term relationship coming to an end, beautifully written and brought to life by three incredibly gifted actors. It was fun, terrifying, beautiful, adorable, heartbreaking, and horrifyingly relatable. ... full review