dlb productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America

one person show world premiere
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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer July 13, 2023
tagged as: lgbtq · myth
Brilliant use of myth and personal narrative to illuminate the hero’s journey of healing. ... full review
TERRENCE TAYLOR certified reviewer June 24, 2023
tagged as: romance · gay · Love · humor · Loki · Minotaur · queer · lgbtq · one man show · solo show · dramedy · mythology
Being transported to mythical times is the magic of David. I felt as an audience member the I was in the same caverns, skies and the Lower East Side of New York City as he storytold.... full review
JAXX THEATRICALS certified reviewer June 22, 2023
David is such a wonderful story-teller.... full review
JEFFREY JOHNSON certified reviewer June 17, 2023
so poetic. so engaging. so educational. a great night of Theatre... full review
EZRA BUZZINGTON certified reviewer June 17, 2023
I've been a fan of David LeBarron's writing since his first fringe show 10,ooo years ago. Insightful, informative, and magical. This fusion of myth meets Myth Thing is a challenging dare into several worlds of queerdom and our place within it. Loved every moment. Brave and above many heads. Great work.... full review
PETER ALEXANDER certified reviewer June 16, 2023
A surprisingly touching and entertaining examination of queer consciousness and sense of self expressed as a retelling of fables through the ages, brought home to the present in a deeply personal final act. The language throughout was beautiful. I highly recommend this show.... full review
PETER HONG certified reviewer June 16, 2023
David LeBarron turns out fantastic performances in Monsters, playing four powerfully queer and meaningful roles which throughout the show balance mythological portrayal with personal, vulnerable truth. Well acted, paced, and scripted, LeBarron's monsters each find distinct ways to connect to the audience, delivering compelling renderings of their apparent monstrousness just as he puts their inner, honest humanity on display. ... full review
BRANDIE JUNE certified reviewer June 15, 2023
tagged as: mythology · queer · Raw
This was an incredible show! Heartfelt and inventive twists on classic mythology and personal stories that were raw and vulnerable. ... full review
ANDREW HENKES certified reviewer June 15, 2023
It was a powerful, raw piece that uses mythological vignettes to explore how we see ourselves as human beings and the state of being an outsider. It's surprising and provocative and fringe theatre at its best - don't miss it!... full review
REAUX FLAGG certified reviewer June 13, 2023
tagged as: solo performance · mythology · queer
Monsters was quite a journey, each act standing on its own while building very creatively on the theme. The combination of symbolism and memoir made for a very memorable experience.... full review