Fierce: Relations

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · United States

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JOE SLOE uncertified reviewer June 20, 2012
I really appreciate comedy done well and this series of shorts really was well done! Gayby's Play Date was tight and rapid fire. I thought that A Few Good PB and J's was a powerful comedic punctuation on an awesome production! ... full review
NANCY BEVERLY uncertified reviewer June 10, 2012
We got to see three of the four shows on this bill Saturday afternoon -- sharp, incisive writing from all the writers and specific characterizations from every actor on stage resulting in lots o' laugh-out-loud moments.... full review
PAUL ELLIOTT uncertified reviewer June 11, 2012
Jan O'Connor hits the mark with one of the funniest plays in this year's fringe with "Gayby's Playdate." Both actors, Mandy Dunlap and Zuri Alexander, directed by Gabrieal Griecgo, were spot on, and the laughs were quick and spontaneous. If this were the only play that evening it would be worth the ticket price, but you also get three other fantastic works, "Another Few Good PBJ" by Jeromy Kehoe and Cailin Harrison's one man laugh-riot, " Whole Foods, " about a security guard at our favorite food market, starring William Jones under the comic direction of Courtney Ryan , This is followed by showstopper, "Talk in Ten" again by Cailin Harrison but directed by award winner, Tom Cook. In this uncomfortably funny play, Zuri Alexander puts ... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 15, 2012
Such an entertaining show! I enjoyed all of the actors. Gayby's Playday was LOL throughout but also came with an affecting message. Direction was spot on and truly brought out the relationship between the two babies. Mandy Dunlap and Zuri Alexander created an atmosphere I bought completely and worked off of each other superbly!! William Jones also brought atmosphere to the stage in "Whole Foods". I could clearly see his invisible characters that he interacted with. Takes acting chops! Funny piece. I wish I could have seen a few P,B&J's but an actor was sick. Monica Martin who is in P,B&J did get her moment introducing the shows. She really drew us in, funny and kicked it off! Talk in 10 was the weakest piece. Seen this story many tim... full review
ANDREW HOLMES uncertified reviewer June 17, 2012
A thoroughly enjoyable collection of vignettes of characters and situations. There's some great laughs and some genuinely moving moments in there and overall it's a wonderful way to spend an hour of your time.... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 18, 2012
There's something in this show for everyone! All of the actors were wonderful and there was one actress who went from playing a little baby to a seductress. I was in awe by her transformation! Definitely a must see!... full review