comedy · artepollo productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America

world premiere
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NIKKI MULLER certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: two-hander · Psychology · romance · danger
A wonderful showcase of two brilliant actors whose sharp writing keeps the audience deeply engaged without any flashy tactics. As sad as it is that I have to say this, it's exceptionally refreshing to see such a nuanced script written for two women by a man. Both characters are so well-developed and feel so real. Intense but funny, and entirely engrossing.... full review
MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: unique · funny · oddly romantic · clever
An interesting and fun show that leaves you with plenty to digest and think about. Led by two captivating and talented lead performances coupled with witty and wonderfully quirky dialogue. All with a steady directorial hand that makes every twist and turn that more intriguing. ... full review
MIKE REYES certified reviewer June 19, 2019
tagged as: dark · Beautiful · thriller · Love · communication · suspense · scifi
A hypnotherapy session by Dr. Herbert (Esther Mira ) unlocks the memories of past lives lived by Ms. Clark (Lisa K Wyatt). Unforeseen to both, she recalls that she's loved Dr. Herbert in a thousand past lives. She attempts to convince her of the truth of her memories. These claims feel ludicrous to Dr. Herbert and thus begins the struggle of perceived reality, fate, and Transference.... full review
ZACHARY BERNSTEIN certified reviewer June 14, 2019
"For Fringe-goers seeking new original works, “Transference” offers a palatable and thorny journey of self-discovery." Read the full review here: full review
DAVID MACDOWELL BLUE certified reviewer June 09, 2019
I do love a dose of the paranormal or mystical or science fiction to throw life into sharp relief. Transference by Jim Blanchette proves to be exactly that. A teacher named Jessica (Lisa K. Watt) attends a therapy session, this time trying to use hypnosis to cure her smoking. Her therapist Dr. Herbert (Esther Mira) tries to reassure her, calming the nervous woman down. Eventually she does hypnotize her and BOOM! Jessica remembers all her past lives. All of them. And in every single one, she and Dr. Herbert loved each other deeply. But they also ended up murdered. ... full review