20th Century Art: An Anthology

Drama · flat tire theatre company · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer January 21, 2023
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ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer December 21, 2022
My overall experience was good. So I can say my money on this show was worth the investment. Since I am working at one of the famous <a href="https://www.britishseoagency.co.uk/content-marketing">content marketing agencies uk</a> I believe that this show could have gathered more popularity if the marketing had been done more properly. Well, good luck with your future programs and I cant wait for another program from you guys. :)... full review
AMY JEFFORDS uncertified reviewer December 12, 2022
The 20th Century's art is truly an anthology no doubt. But I prefer the 90's to be very honest. The 20s art is too modern for me. Working for <a href="https://www.contentmills.co.uk/copywriting">copywriting services</a> for a few years there has been so many times I got the work to write about arts of different centuries that is when my opinion of preferring 90s was built.... full review
EDWARD AN uncertified reviewer November 21, 2022
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MATTHEW ROBINSON encore judge certified reviewer June 19, 2022
tagged as: thoughtful · stimulating · well acted · clever · charming · fun
An entertaining and imaginative staged reading that feels ready to become a full fledged feature-length production. Great performances lead a fun and inventive script.... full review
MORGYN UTZMAN certified reviewer June 16, 2022
These four vignettes had some really beautiful moments and memorable dialogue. The intimacy of the scenes, usually just shared by two characters, made the conversations feel immediate and vulnerable. A very simple show, a simple concept, that packed a punch. ... full review
THI NGUYEN certified reviewer June 13, 2022
tagged as: creative · poignant · endearing
This was such an interesting concept, using non-fiction characters in fictional conversations. Tom, the writer, really knew his stuff (i.e. the fire accident on the set of Wizard of Oz, or Agatha Christie missing for a few days). I enjoyed the different vignettes and believed the conversations between the characters. The actors created endearing and poignant moments that were never sentimental. Special shoutout to Carlos and Ben for stepping up and portraying characters 3 days before opening night. Great concept and writing, great direction, and great acting - one of my favorite shows! :D... full review