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LEAR / LOMAN - The Best of INK @Fringe

ensemble theatre · 2cents theatre group · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America

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CHRISTINE DEITNER thetheatretimes.com [https://thetheatretimes.com/] certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Though I would happily line up for hours to watch any of the actors featured perform the roles they have here [not just Loman and Lear but also Blanche from 'Streetcar' and Martha from 'Woolf'], the play is not as successful as the acting is. ... full review
REN MONTORO certified reviewer July 04, 2019
What a beautifully acted and directed show. The performances were powerful and while I'm still digesting the story, it got me thinking. But seriously incredible acting.... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer July 03, 2019
t seems that I saved one of the best shows of HFF19 for last, as Lear/Loman delivered on so many levels.  Starting with the amazing script written by Kate Schwartz and directed by Scott Leggett, the acting was simply amazing and the show left a sizeable impact on me, especially given what had happened to me during the weekend.  Suffice it to say that this show is definitely in the top 10 and maybe even the top 5 of the over 600 shows I have reviewed at the Fringe, and I will never forget its impact.  Leon Russom (Lear) and Bruno Oliver (Loman) turned in Tony-worthy performances, and were truly supported by Heather Roberts (Linda Loman), Tim Kopacz (Biff Loman), Reuben Uy (Happy Loman), Sarah Schulte (Regan) and Lauren Dewey (Goneril).  It is... full review
AARON MENDELSON certified reviewer June 30, 2019
tagged as: ensemble · witty · thought-provoking
Thought-provoking. ... full review
ENCI BOX better lemons certified reviewer June 29, 2019
The actors drew me into the lives of their characters and their performances were first rate! I could have watched them and listen to them longer. Anyone would enjoy this show, even those who don't know these characters because this play was so well done! Put this show on your list to see!... full review
JOHN PATRICK DALY certified reviewer June 27, 2019
An engaging and celebratory play about what it means to have lived, loved, and be loved. Two of literature's biggest figures meet face to face, and have to figure out each others' pasts and faults in order to move on to forgiveness. ... full review
MICHELLE HOLMES certified reviewer June 24, 2019
One of the best new plays I've seen in a long time. Loved this, particularly driven by the impeccable performances of Leon Russom and Bruno Oliver. This theatre should be filled every performance. Do not miss this, it has legs! I cannot praise this enough.... full review
CORWIN EVANS certified reviewer June 23, 2019
The echoes of characters from various plays dwell in purgatory, waiting to learn the lessons they had failed to while alive. What luck two men of wildly different stations chance upon each other, only to commiserate over their relationships with their children.... full review
RYAN GOWLAND certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Excellently acted and staged story of redemption. A funny, touching, well-executed show, well worth your time! ... full review
SUZE CAMPAGNA certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Very entertaining and enjoyable. I was worried having not seen Death of a Salesman, I might not get it, but it is written so even if you have never seen/read both King Lear and Death of a Salesman, it still makes sense. Enough information is given so you will not be lost, but not so much if you have read/seen either or both, you would not get bored. Bruno and Leon are both amazing actors.... full review