Drama · student production · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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YUSUF YILDIZ certified reviewer June 28, 2022
tagged as: story teller · dramatic · touching · suicide · moving
A vulnerable and dramatic play skillfully portrayed by the actors. The reveal of the actual childhood video footage in the end breaks everybody's heart. Jeanette crafted a touching and effective story using her own life. Congratulations!... full review
TERUKO NAKAJIMA certified reviewer June 26, 2022
Heart wrecking, Painful and BEAUTIFUL. GREAT PLAY.... full review
CHARLIE MCBREARTY certified reviewer June 23, 2022
tagged as: well-crafted · thoughtful · emotional
It was a wonderful production. ... full review
NICHOLAS BUDA certified reviewer June 22, 2022
This touching, very personal show is important to see. The play is well written and acted. It touches upon so many emotions. There are times I laughed and times I cried. A honest journey into grief and joy.... full review
BONNIE HE certified reviewer June 22, 2022
tagged as: emotional · drama · memories · connections · suicide · grief · twins
Thoughtfully executed. Even thought Yellow/Blue was described as a student production, it could have been staged in any professional theater.... full review
SAGE MICHAEL STONE certified reviewer June 21, 2022
Beautiful and heart wrenching show that will have you laughing one moment and crying the next. The authenticity and vulnerability Jeannette Srinivasan put into this script is inspiring, and the actors lived up to the challenge. By the end, you will be sobbing. ... full review
GEN MORIGAMI certified reviewer June 21, 2022
Emotionally intense, wonderfully acted, and as real as it gets... full review
JAIRIS CARTER certified reviewer June 14, 2022
Beautiful and vulnerable script. This story is an important one to tell. I left the theater wanting to call all my siblings and just let them know how much I love them. This is the type of art that makes you change for the better. And allows you to be more self aware and cognizant of the people around you. ... full review
ANGELA ROSADO certified reviewer June 13, 2022
A wonderful, beautiful display of grief and longing disguised as a memory game! Very emotional with a message of love and reflection that has really stuck with me long after the show! Heartwrenching and vulnerable but still managed to be light with its humor and so very full of love.... full review
ISHIKA MUCHHAL certified reviewer June 11, 2022
It takes so much courage to tell a story so vulnerable, so first and foremost, kudos to the writer/director Jeannette Srinivasan and the cast for choosing to tell this story. Without giving any spoilers, the show was so aesthetically planned that it was clear what the vision was from start to finish, both in the language and in the stage picture. The story took us back through time into memories that were layered with grief and laughter, sadness and joy. It was a beautiful ode to life and death at the same time.... full review