Junk Girls

the los feliz theatre company · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 07, 2021
tagged as: Must See Show!
Great show!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 07, 2021
Loved that it was an ensemble piece, yay connection and live theater! ... full review
MAKENA HAMMOND certified reviewer August 18, 2021
I’m speechless. This show was PHENOMENAL. The writing. The staging. The acting. Had a hard time leaving my seat after it was over and I’m very much a busybody with a low attention span. I was ENTHRALLED and invested the entire show. And to think I almost didn’t show bc I was tired 🙈 ... full review
JULIETTE LIN certified reviewer August 19, 2021
tagged as: War · Dark Comedy · ensemble
I love that the story is told through the perspective of three women and the way it shed light on their experiences during the war. I appreciated the comedic undertones especially given the heavy topic.... full review
COURTNEY BLACKMON certified reviewer August 20, 2021
A very poignant play about human relationships and how we deal with the chaos of losing someone, even if we don’t know them.... full review
KEVIN NEIGHBORS certified reviewer August 22, 2021
This show is a beautifully and intrinsically directed, every movement, moment, is so clear and full. The direction stands as a foundation for the performers to shine! This is the best ensemble piece I have seen at Fringe this year. I love a show where the threads of the director can be clearly seen and blended in to the performance. And this is that show. A beautiful marriage of great performance and great direction.... full review
VERONICA CAREY MATTHEWS certified reviewer August 23, 2021
This show does not fail to deliver in providing a thought-provoking show about someone usually found on the periphery of what society thinks about when dealing with war and combat. When considering the battlefield, we often think of soldiers dying, and the families that grieve them, but what about those that have to deliver the news about the soldiers to the families? It's a story I didn't even knew needed to be told, and the moral dilemmas it presents was told in an apt and appropriate manner. As long as war exists, so too does the necessity of this show.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 30, 2021
My overall impression of the show was positive. I enjoyed the content and information that it provided. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 28, 2021
tagged as: interesting · sad · emotional
I really enjoyed it ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 27, 2021
tagged as: War · loss · longing · Love · moving · powerful
I was invited to join some friends at this show and was not really sure what to expect. To say I was moved beyond measure, especially with the current situation in Afghanistan, would be an understatement. The ensemble cast delivered a beautiful and nuanced performance that really touched me. I was in tears by the end and was very moved by the moment of silence after the bow in honor of our the soldiers who lost their lives. I was very young during the time period covered in this play during the earlier years of the war, but it really is relevant to current issues. The story would be very powerful at any time, but it felt especially meaningful right now. ... full review