QUEER: Drag, Drugs and a Tick Tock Clock.

n/a · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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JO DELLAPINA certified reviewer August 30, 2021
tagged as: revealing · honest · Bold
Powerful, important, personal, moving... full review
OS SATYROS THEATER COMPANY BRAZIL certified reviewer August 27, 2021
tagged as: queer · lgbtq+
Wonderful play, it shows that some feelings are the same it doesn't matter the country you are living in. ... full review
MEGAN FORD-MILLER certified reviewer August 21, 2021
tagged as: Engaging
Artistic, personal also relatable. Jair's story is engaging and entertaining. He is a very good actor and his characters were well thought out and defined.... full review
MAAT ATKINS certified reviewer August 21, 2021
tagged as: Great effort
Overall a very intelligent and provocative telling of the story of a boy growing up in conflict with his sexuality, ethnicity, and religion and trying to find happiness in a world that puts you in a box. ... full review
JASON CACERES certified reviewer August 20, 2021
Such a well written and poetic piece of theater. It took me on a while journey of self discover sprinkled with laughter, tears and hope.... full review
VANESSA ELISE certified reviewer August 20, 2021
It was so beautiful and vulnerable. I laughed, I cried and so much of the piece resonated so deeply. The piece was very well written and insightful. It was powerful and the actor was natural and invested that you can't help but melt into your seat and take the journey with them. Bravo and thank you for sharing your art and truth.... full review
BARBARA SABA certified reviewer August 16, 2021
Jair was born to be on stage. His show is poetic, colourful and deep, as only people from the south can be. Great solo performance. Great poems, great actor. Bravo ... full review
AZO SAFO certified reviewer August 15, 2021
tagged as: heartfelt · LGBTQIA · real · emotional · vulnerable
Growing up in a community that is more or less homophobic, I understood what Jair was talking about and have seen very similar treatment of friends and loved ones. It broke my heart to hear the way he had to suppress his true self for such a long time, even going as far as marrying a woman. It was really fascinating, raw and vulnerable theater. The writing was poetic and ultimately hopeful. ... full review
SHELLEY COOPER certified reviewer August 15, 2021
Jair is such a genuinely beautiful person, which is made so clear in his one man show. His writing is so poetic, I loved the imagery he created through his poetic writing and gorgeous video projections. ... full review
DIANA ELIZABETH JORDAN certified reviewer August 15, 2021
Wonderful show, Jair is a gifted artist. He takes on a breathtaking emotional journey. He shares his heart and touches our... full review
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