n/a · Ages 16+ · United States of America

one person show
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DON ANDERSON certified reviewer June 05, 2022
tagged as: adventurous. · exciting
Great one woman show. Very engaging and great writing. Do yourself a favor and go see it while you can. ... full review
LISA POGGI certified reviewer June 05, 2022
tagged as: honest · recovery · heartfelt
Such a heartfelt, honest portrayal of one woman’s journey from addiction to recovery.... full review
DAINA KASPUTIS certified reviewer June 07, 2022
Raw. Revealing. Riveting. We all know someone who has dealt with addiction but you never truly know how it started or how they functioned until they couldn't. Very powerful use of words.... full review
SHARI BARRETT broadway world la, culver city news, better lemons certified reviewer June 07, 2022
tagged as: brother · family · AA · recovery · good times · rock and roll · sex · drugs · Alcoholism · solo
Sigute Miller shares her personal journey of recovery from her days as a youthful party girl through her many dark days as an adult alcoholic, often throwing caution to the wind and driving drunk with her young daughter in the car. Sharing aspects of her life through photos projected on the back wall, most often of the brother she lost at a much too young age (to whom she dedicated the show), Sigute ends each scene by calling out "blackout" which plunges her into darkness - the same type of blackouts she often experienced before finally getting sober and turning her life around.... full review
MARY ARTINO certified reviewer June 07, 2022
Sigute Miller is a remarkable actress and human being. Watching her performance of “Tragic Magic” was fascinating, as it traced her journey through life’s hardest moments and challenges.The use of “blackouts” was directorial genius.... full review
DANIEL MILLER certified reviewer June 07, 2022
Sigute's standing ovation was a testament to her courage and no holds barred honesty in sharing her duel life in battling and overcoming the unrelenting demons of addiction. Ultimately, hers is an inspiring story of repair, hope, and transformation.... full review
LINAS POLIKAITIS certified reviewer June 07, 2022
Sigute Miller opened her heart and soul to the audience, providing us a deep understanding of what she has experienced throughout her life, both positive and negative. She brilliantly shared her own story of addiction and recovery, and how she was able to live two altered lives at once. Brilliant and powerful; honest and courageous; heartbreaking and extremely inspiring. Ačiū!... full review
GORDON STEPHEN MATHESON JR certified reviewer June 08, 2022
tagged as: inspirational
A great use of the Multimedia. Great story telling. The story flowed and she had a mastery of the direction she took it. An inspirational story that many can identify with but obviously unique. I enjoyed it.... full review
CINDY BLOOM certified reviewer June 11, 2022
tagged as: #HHFF22
Sigute's performance of her deeply personal story ranged from poignant to tragic to relatable but most of all: Inspirational. She bravely bared her soul and took responsibility for her life. She was dealt some tough situations -- some of her own doing and some outside of her control -- but rose up and through sheer determination successfully slayed her inner demons. Her story should be an inspiration to all who have our own addictions (and that would be all of us), whether it is alcohol, drugs, food, or a combination of some or all of them. I left feeling profoundly grateful to Sigute for her selfless sharing of her years long journey and feeling that I, too, can overcome my unhealthy habits. This show should be a "much see" for all!... full review
LARRY DAVIDSON certified reviewer June 12, 2022
Sigute's story is an inspiration. She combines storytelling with poetry into beautiful hypnotic theater. The power of solo theater is its ability to be transformative to the audience. Overall the story is about hope and resilience. It takes great bravery to lay your soul bare to an audience and this story is nothing short of brave. An outstanding work of theatrical art.... full review