Something In The Air

Drama · student production · Ages 14+ · United States of America

world premiere
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MOHNA MANIHAR certified reviewer June 18, 2022
Well done! Cast in full control. Actor's personal experiences behind the plot, acting, directing, everything is well thought out and done. ... full review
LARRY DAVIDSON certified reviewer June 17, 2022
Kudos to the director Chacha Tahng. Great job in staging, lights and sound effects. Imaginative, creative and well written. I love stories that are mysteries and deal with the supernatural and conspiracies. I felt the show did a good job in creating suspense and raising interesting questions about life, purpose and destiny. The plot touched on issues of race, identity and fitting in, without being preachy or heavy handed. It left it to the audience to decide the answers to questions raised,... full review
ALAN GRINBERG certified reviewer June 17, 2022
This show was very striking, both visually and in terms of subject matter. Definitely worth checking out, and a very unique experience. An unusual plotline that takes you in weird and unexpected directions, but executed very well.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2022
tagged as: Sci-Fi · Asian-American · identity · culture
This was honestly such a great show to watch. It's funny, serious and enlightening. Chacha Tahng was clearly earnest in her vision for this production and it shows. The intentionality that the cast puts behind every detail really made the performance and every emotion/action was heartfelt. This show really does a good job of laying out and reflecting on what it's like to be an Asian American in our society and does so in a way that really connects with and sticks with you afterwards. If you're debating seeing this show, debate no more. Just go and watch it!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2022
The show was very well done, and it being a fully student run production is even more impressive. I really enjoyed seeing a fully Asian cast and I felt like I was able to connect with the different characters in the show. The story hooked me in, and had my attention the whole time. I enjoy conspiracy theories, so this show was entertaining to me.... full review
EMMA STUART-BOX certified reviewer June 17, 2022
Coming from a bi-cultural heritage myself, and growing up in different countries, the concept of living in the liminal/in-between spaces is something I understand very well but never seen before in performance. Chacha Tahng breaks all Asian archetypes with the uniqueness of each character shining through every scene creating moments of humor, sincerity and heartbreak. The use of movement throughout poses more questions than answers but these very questions reflect the reality of being a young Asian person in society today. A must watch for all. ... full review