Sunday Night at Jane's

the dramaterds · Ages 11+ · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 21, 2022
I enjoyed this show much more than I was expecting to. I was invited by a friend and wanted to go support, so I bought a ticket. I did not go in to the show with any expectations, and am glad that it ended up being a really enjoyable show to see. ... full review
BONNIE HE certified reviewer June 20, 2022
Very capable cast!... full review
MAEGAN MANDARINO certified reviewer June 16, 2022
tagged as: Great writing
It’s such a great idea, made even better by a stellar cast. From the writing to the directing to the simple staging touches throughout the show, it’s a definite Fringe highlight for me.... full review
HANNAH KIERNAN certified reviewer June 19, 2022
Emily Powers' Sunday Night at Jane's follows a group of unsuspecting exes who individually delve into their relatably rich histories and struggles, ultimately finding companionship among each other. The actors, writer, and director have done a wonderful job to showcase what it truly means to be a young adult in the complex dating world, exploring turmoil, comedy, and love that the audience will no doubt absorb. ... full review
HADLEY SACHS certified reviewer June 13, 2022
tagged as: romantic · lgbtq+ · feel-good · lovely · funny
Sunday at Jane’s was a totally original, heartfelt, funny and unique play. The performances were extraordinary, and each character brought something unexpected and yet totally vital to the show as a whole. The relationships between the characters, Jane’s exes, were funny, competitive, and at times incredibly sweet and sad. The range of personality types, sexualities, and relationships had with Jane was all across the board. The show dealt with heartbreak, missed opportunities, cancer, asexuality, jealousy, and the feeling that we may not remember people as they are, but instead as we wish they were. Sunday at Jane’s was told through memories, revealing conversations, and the interplay between strangers. The levels of intimacy they were... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 13, 2022
Absolutely amazing! An incredible story with an amazing balance of humor and drama. The stories felt so real/honest and felt like I was on stage with the cast. 10/10 would watch again! ... full review
JACOB LIN certified reviewer June 13, 2022
tagged as: Beautiful
From the start Sunday Night at Jane’s takes you on a whirlwind journey of hilarious jokes and heartfelt moments. Playwright Emily Powers takes what would normally panic attack inducing situation and injects wonderful playfulness and sincerity into the work. Altogether Sunday Night at Jane’s is a talented cast and wonderful direction built upon a strong foundation of a beautifully written script. ... full review
VICTORIA WATSON SEPEJAK certified reviewer June 13, 2022
tagged as: amazing · queer · funny
Sunday Night At Jane’s was filled to the brim with emotion, humour, and love! There was exquisite movement between laughter and pathos. The play was able to trace the delicate line between creating a work that is funny, and one which honours the emotion journey of each of the characters. ... full review
AMY AGUDO certified reviewer June 08, 2022
From the moment it starts, I was captivated by the cast. The storyline is something everyone can somewhat relate to and the talented writing makes it all the more easier to connect. Would definitely watch this again. Definitely enjoyed my experience. ... full review
KANDEE KOSIOR certified reviewer June 07, 2022
tagged as: growth · sexuality · Relationships · memory · queer · heartfelt
By emerging playwright, Emily Powers, Sunday Night at Jane's is an exquisite ensemble piece that explores memory, longing, and the sweet lingering essence of bygone love. With thoughtful direction by Joe Garrity, the cast fully embraces this witty and moving script. Sunday Night at Jane’s delivers everything I hope for in a Fringe production. ... full review