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Scarlett Fever

dance & physical theatre · kick boom theater · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America

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CHRISTINE DEITNER thetheatretimes.com [https://thetheatretimes.com/] June 08, 2019
This is about as good and magical as it can get, friends. John Wuchte takes us on a uniquely cohesive physical and musical journey into the mythic quest for the actress to play Scarlett O'Hara and ends up taking us into a surprisingly internal 'all things Hollywood' experience that resonates quite soundly today. With music created by John Wuchte & Michael Teoli and provided live by Wuchte and his fellow percussion and guitar playing muses, 8 actors deliver a performance you won't want to miss.... full review
SHIRLEY ANDERSON certified reviewer June 08, 2019
Wonderful ensemble work, beautiful movement & singing. It felt odd, at first, joining up the Gone With The Wind casting story with this kind of physical theater, but it worked! ... full review
EZRA BUZZINGTON certified reviewer June 08, 2019
A wondrous way to spend an hour. Visually exciting and slickly choreographed and produced. It's nice to see someone put so much thought into a production. Not common. ... full review
ROB STEVENS haineshisway.com June 12, 2019
see complete review at the link below... full review
BILLY RAY BREWTON certified reviewer June 08, 2019
John Wuchte's "Scarlett Fever" is a masterclass in successful Fringe. It's intimate, endlessly inventive, and a non-stop trip through a fascinating and frustrating tale of the 'glory days' of the old Hollywood system. It's a must-see and a triumph. ... full review

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