Experiencing Love on The Spectrum

Solo Show · spectrum love productions. · Ages 16+ · United States of America

one person show world premiere
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STACY DYMALSKI certified reviewer August 11, 2021
George does a great job of authentically sharing the highs and lows of the emergence of his love life, all while factoring in being gay and on the autism spectrum. He is thoroughly himself on stage, and has a refreshing perspective. His stories are relatable, even if you're not male, gay, or on the autism spectrum, because let's face it, love is love, no matter who you are. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 27, 2021
5 stars... full review
STEVEN NASH certified reviewer August 25, 2021
Great fun and thoughtful observations about life and point of view. A satisfying play and unique experience.... full review
SHELLEY COOPER certified reviewer August 25, 2021
I loved George’s laid back, personable storytelling style. He made all of us in the audience feel like his best friends. This show was simple, honest, free of gimmicks, and told an effective story, which is exactly how I like solo shows. My brother has autism and it was a breath of fresh air to see him represented on the stage in such a positive way! ... full review
VERONICA CAREY MATTHEWS certified reviewer August 23, 2021
tagged as: pop culture · fun · honest · hilarious
This show was simply delightful! George is a great storyteller with excellent comedic timing. He was able to tell his particular tale of navigating adult sex and relationships with the right amount of honesty, integrity and diplomacy. Even when scenes turned more graphic, they were never crude. It was an honor to watch him perform, and genuinely made me laugh many times (which is not an easy accomplishment). I'd eagerly go watch him tell this story or any other one again.... full review
AZO SAFO certified reviewer August 21, 2021
tagged as: pop-culture · fun · heartfelt · intimate · honest
I thought this was a very uplifting show. George is very entertaining! When I left, I felt very happy and hopeful. ... full review
DAVID MACDOWELL BLUE night tinted glasses certified reviewer August 21, 2021
tagged as: intimate · human · funny · poignant · honest · charming
An intimate and very personal tale, full of humor and winning wisdom the hard way, via experience. Steeves is gay and has been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, also known (sometimes) as high functioning autism. He recounts, with an almost startling amount of good humor and wit his romantic history up to the present (or at least up until the writing of this piece). Along the way, we eventually get an image of a lonely person, growing up with very few friends, struggling with an identity that only seems crystal clear to the very few (and they usually end up mistaken). One of the most poignant moments, for example, is Steeves recounting how in Middle and High School his classmates pretty much assumed he was gay. Yet he refused to even... full review
PAUL WADY certified reviewer August 21, 2021
tagged as: gay · camp · funny · honest · trailblazer · Aspergers · autistic · Neurodivergent · Brave
Perfectly executed true life confessions from a very brave man. Many things that many people would be very shy about, George Steeves told us about in his unique one man show without any template in his being an out gay and autistic man. Ever heard of another show like that. He took me through a world I've never known but seen a lot of via media, being British. The experience of being a Gay Aspie was unknown until George wrote history. ... full review
FERNANDO CHRISTOPHER certified reviewer August 20, 2021
George told a story from the heart and life experience. I appreciated the invitation into his world. Great Performance ... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer August 20, 2021
George is an engaging, warm storyteller, and the story is not only hilarious, but full of rich details that left me empathizing with his story but also identifying how much of it truly resonated with me. A 90's fever dream (in more ways than one), this story is fun, engaging, and George really doesn't hold back in telling his story.... full review