Every Day She Rose

Two Person Show · pasha mckenley productions · Ages 17+ · Canada

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 24, 2023
Amazing piece, the set, costumes, directing and actors were on point. ... full review
ANEELA ZAMAN certified reviewer June 05, 2023
A well thought-provoking and emotionally charged production that delves deep into the complexities of friendship, racism, and social acceptance. With its compelling narrative and well-developed characters, the play explores how differing perspectives on these crucial issues can strain even the strongest of bonds, leading to the disintegration of a once-unbreakable friendship. ... full review
LADAE BOND certified reviewer June 24, 2023
tagged as: timely · moving · thought-provoking · funny · fun
Thoughtful, fun, funny and moving.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 26, 2023
This show was refreshing! I hadn’t been to a production like this in a while, so it was awesome to witness a two-person play centering the experiences of the Black & LGBTQ+ communities. It explored the intersectionality of Black & LGBTQ+ experiences towards liberation in a realistic way. Loved it!... full review
SANDRA MCCURDY certified reviewer June 24, 2023
tagged as: Funny and deep
I love this show so much! It was a great combo of being hilarious and heartfelt at the same time. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 22, 2023
"Every Day She Rose" is an emotionally charged theatrical masterpiece that beautifully explores the complexities of social justice and the powerful intersectionality between the black and gay communities. This thought-provoking play captivates audiences with its evocative storytelling and compelling performances. Through poignant narratives and nuanced character portrayals, it delves into the struggles faced by individuals at the intersection of race and sexual orientation, shedding light on the interconnectedness of their experiences. "Every Day She Rose" is a stirring and timely production that ignites conversations about equality, resilience, and the pursuit of justice. It leaves a lasting impact, inspiring introspection and fostering emp... full review
ADAM WEISSLER certified reviewer June 21, 2023
Hard to take yours eyes off Pasha McKenley as she commands the stage in dual roles in this play that is as universal as it personal. Emotional, funny, tender, angry - and very relevant. So glad I went and you should too !! ... full review
GILLIAN ESPINOZA certified reviewer June 21, 2023
This two person play was beautifully written. Ami has great vision and artistry, and I am so happy to have had the pleasure of coming out to support her work. Please go watch! You will not be disappointed. :)... full review
RON VIGNONE certified reviewer June 21, 2023
tagged as: empowerment
Brilliantly weaves an engaging narrative that probes the depths of friendship, the nuances of race and sexual orientation, and the arresting reality of personal prejudices. This fabulously written play explores divergent perspectives that sit beneath the surface of our relationships. Pasha McKenley and Michael Mullen are electric – lighting up the stage in every scene, pulling off very challenging turns with aplomb, and making every moment authentic and relatable. – A highly committed and talented cast and crew that deserve big kudos at The Fringe. Go see it!... full review
JEN BENDIK certified reviewer June 18, 2023
This show is very well written and the subject matter is handled well. The acting is quite fantastic and I liked how the story within a story was told. Both performers did a phenomenal job as did the director. Do not miss the opportunity to see this fantastic piece of theatre at this year’s fringe!... full review