antimatter collective · Ages 13+ · United States of America

Content Warning one person show world premiere
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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 04, 2023
I enjoyed the show ... full review
LISA CRON certified reviewer July 15, 2023
Brilliant, hilarious, heartbreaking, dead-on accurate -- the universal is only accessed through the very, very specific -- and this show does exactly that. ... full review
JULIE CARLI certified reviewer July 15, 2023
Fun, interactive exploration of the failed white male. Deeply relevant and skillfully done. Also, the Bingo interaction made the experience an extra joy!... full review
JO DELLAPINA certified reviewer June 25, 2023
tagged as: interactive · hilarious · Tragic · Dark Comedy
Darker than I expected but still managed to be hilarious while also being heartbreaking. The actor was phenomenal.... full review
MELISSA CINDRIC certified reviewer June 21, 2023
Definitely a must see show! You’re engaged the entire show and Newman is very talented!!!! Could not stop laughing throughout this show! ... full review
NICOLA KELLY certified reviewer June 13, 2023
tagged as: interactive · dark · funny
Thoroughly enjoyed the show. Loved the idea of blending an interactive game with watching a play. I enjoyed the small, intimate venue and the audience participation was great. Actor did a great job of improv when thrown a couple of curve balls!... full review
SPRING PENA certified reviewer June 12, 2023
Funny, raw and honest. Trigger warning: drug use and suicidal ideation. ... full review
PATRICK BACA certified reviewer June 11, 2023
We all won at Bingo, as we watched and listened to comedic actor Newman Wolf fling Adam Scott Mazer’s funny dialogue at us -- with some in-the-moment improv woven throughout. It was a complicated, twisty and sometimes emotional evening — just like a good round of Bingo should be. Thumbs up on this outrageous character study! ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2023
Funny, edgy, gut-wrenching, and full of humanity, Bingo uses this well-loved game taking place at a nursing home to showcase the bingo caller’s descent into despair, which is brought to life impeccably by Newman’s amazing acting. I know that doesn’t sound hilarious, but it often is! With commentaries on life, love, relationships, aging, making mistakes, and just being human, Bingo packs a lot into its 1 hour run, with never a dull moment. Go see this play!!!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2023
tagged as: interactive · unique · fun · Comedy · dark
Moving and funny. Cadence that keeps you on your toes. A sad man looking to be seen. You will laugh, you might cry, either way you will be entertained. I was on the edge of my seat waiting to see the lead, Newman Wolf, integrate improv into the script as he interacts with the audience. It doesn't hurt you get to play bingo.... full review