comedy · frankie maclaughlin · Ages 18+ · United States of America

world premiere
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MEGAN REES certified reviewer July 01, 2019
The show was both entertaining and socially relevant. The dialogue was not forced or unnatural, and the variety of characters made the show both watchable and representative of many different types of people within the current generation. I went into it thinking it would just be a light-hearted comedy, and while there were certainly a lot of comedic elements, there was also a very important message to the story and one that made you leave the theater thinking about how social media and the technological age has affected our human experience. It makes you reconsider what is real, what is not, and the result of what we prioritize in our lives.... full review
AMANDA LAINBERGER certified reviewer July 02, 2019
tagged as: funny · Truthful
This look into how social media and being popular or famous is very relevant today. So many people are being exposed for their faults, some much needed to know, some so frivolous, it’s crazy to think you can lose your status so easily. This show was comedic, and brought out lots of laughs, and the song is catchy 👌, but it also shows the positives but more importantly the negatives of social media and social status. The mix of all the elements were done very well.... full review
MATTHEW LATKIEWICZ certified reviewer June 12, 2019
tagged as: social media · millennial · funny
Funny, sharp Los Angeles morality tale with great performances throughout. Writer Frankie MacLaughlin packs a lot into to the tight 55 minute run time, including a fully produced hilarious/amazing pop song!... full review