Before The Red Trees Come

dance & physical theatre · harrison bergeron productions & geniuspills entertainment · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States

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TORI CAROLINE uncertified reviewer June 13, 2012
Sometimes a piece of theatre sneaks up on you and surprises you in ways you could not imagine. Think Chaplin, think Cirque, think that's it's still possible to be moved in an unexpected way by a group of artists who inspire. GO SEE THIS! Stop what you're doing right now and buy a ticket. We can all use a little magic in our lives and this offers you just that!... full review
JEREMY LELLIOTT certified reviewer June 13, 2012
I saw this last night. It affected my dreams and I'm thinking about it this morning. Beautiful, heartbreaking, and inspiring. See this play.... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 15, 2012
I Really enjoyed the show...honestly. The entire cast did an incredible job!! Humor, sensitivity, quick wit, and a meaningful message to boot!!!!!! Loooved it! It is a must see - I've got tickets to go again on Sunday.... full review
KENNETH LONG uncertified reviewer June 16, 2012
This little treasure is a wonderful allegory on life, death, and society.... full review
EMILY COALSON uncertified reviewer June 15, 2012
A sweet exploration of the nicest parts of being a person. This show is elegantly edited so it steals your interest, moves quickly, and surprises you with the simplest moments. A truly wonderful piece of theatre, and one that should not be missed!... full review
SEAN CAWELTI uncertified reviewer June 16, 2012
Such a sweet, tender and thoughtful piece! You will be caught off guard by the tugging at the heart strings at the end. Really fun performances from the entire ensemble and proof that theater doesn't have to be full of those awful things called words! ... full review
MATTHEW HILL uncertified reviewer June 16, 2012
A wonderful piece of theatre that manages to get at the heart, moving aside all of the superfluous complexities. The cast is extremely talented, each bringing their own nuances and physicality that both blend and stand out. This is one of those plays that is perfect for the Fringe: it is small (nothing is wasted here!), but extremely poignant. If you're looking for a well-executed evocative piece that shows rather than tells, then look no further. This is artful theatre.... full review
STEVEN KENT uncertified reviewer June 16, 2012
Truly refreshing and original. Unlike anything else in the Festival. If you love Marcel Morceau and silent films this is the piece for you. Kris Bicknell and his cast are superb physical performers. A rare treat ... full review
MICHELLE ZAMORA uncertified reviewer June 16, 2012
I enjoyed this show very much! Every action, gesture, prop, set piece, etc. was their for a reason. The show was well thought out, concise, absurd, very physical, and filled with, "ah-ha!" (chuckle to myself) moments. The actors sweated on stage for me, and I thoroughly appreciated their commitment and physicality. GO SEE! ... full review
DEBBIE BENSION uncertified reviewer June 21, 2012
Wonderfully presented theater! This extremely disciplined and talented cast project an "in the moment" aura while allowing the audience to experience their own past, present, and future. A humorous and touching presentation, the audience experiences anxiousness and peace as they are guided through the universal life,... full review