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Drama · gray area productions · Ages 17+ · United States of America

Content Warning world premiere
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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2023
It's a wonderful piece of theatre. The writing, directing and acting are top notch. ... full review
JOHN HENNINGSEN certified reviewer June 17, 2023
Lovely heart felt dive into end of life care and complicated relationships. ... full review
CARRIE SEIM certified reviewer June 17, 2023
WOW — this show was incredible! The actors (Lindsay and Jenny) have incredible chemistry and timing. There are so many moments that had the audience bursting into laughter, and also tears. It's got great pacing and clips right along and is deeply moving and also inspiring in its dignity. Can't recommend enough!... full review
CHERISH DUKE certified reviewer June 17, 2023
Wow!! That play was incredible. I don’t know anyone involved in the show (came randomly with a friend) so this in no way is a bias review. But damn I haven’t seen theater that well acted and written in a while. I laughed, I cried (real tears) and I was swept up into this love story! Truly a phenomenal must see piece of theater ... full review
LAURA HUNTT FOTI certified reviewer June 09, 2023
This show resonates on so many levels. Come for the intriguing title, stay for the authentic characters and perfectly placed humor to keep the subject matter uplifting. Masterful storytelling.... full review
GREGORY CRAFTS certified reviewer June 12, 2023
Absolutely outstanding. Bravo.... full review
MATTHEW MARTIN certified reviewer June 11, 2023
Just wow. There's only so many words I can find to describe this show. It's truly brilliant. It's smart. It's witty. It's emotional. It's deep. It's dark. And it is one of the best plays you will see at Fringe this year. The chemistry between the two actors on stage is incredible. They both push the other and continue to raise the bar from start to finish. You will find yourself laughing and crying. The director did a phenomenal job handling the pacing of the show to such a degree that you don't even realize it goes 75min. I could for sure go on and on, but I'll leave you with this: See This Show!!... full review
ALLAN STEELE certified reviewer June 09, 2023
Loved this play. Beautiful writing by Donnie Jarman delicately found humor and charm in a tragic story. Director Thomas Bigley allowed stellar performances by Jennifer Ashe and Lindsay Seim to shine in this effective two-hander. ... full review
MADONNA MAGEE certified reviewer June 07, 2023
Wonderful production! One of the best plays I’ve ever seen in my life and I’m 77 years old, (and I’ve seen a lot of plays in New York and around the country.) a beautiful collaboration of writing, acting and directing… To create 72 minutes in the theater that seem like 15 Wonderful minutes .!I wasn’t even aware that I was sitting after a while it was so captivating. congratulations to everyone involved.... full review
VIOLA TOZIER certified reviewer June 06, 2023
First, I loved it. I did find the subject matter heartbreaking. Cancer is always hard. This woman became her own pity party after she had pushed away everyone in her life and then realized she did need companionship to help her through her final days. After all, who wants to die alone? In so doing, she placed an ad in the paper, probably not caring who answered it. I felt that she was a testament to the fact that we all need someone.... full review