Drama · bill ratner, incorporated · Ages 12+ · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2023
tagged as: moving. · profound · funny · sexy
It's a great, innovative idea to create interaction among three otherwise solitary poets. Suddenly, the poems -- which were printed out in the program by themselves -- seemed to have a lot to do with one another. The actors engaged and intertwined, so that occasionally, the poems actually read like dialogue, producing a profound, resonant experience. ... full review
MATTHEW SHAFFER certified reviewer June 09, 2023
As someone who enjoys poetry and poetry readings, and attending live theatre, I thought "There Is Something Wrong . . . " was fresh and poignant. A.M. Sannazzaro harnessed the writing of Hanna Pachman, Bill Ratner, and Nicelle Davis; weaving a smart, fast, narrative exploring love and death, with laugh out loud moments.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 26, 2023
tagged as: theatre · poetry
I was blown away by the writing and performances. I now look at poetry differently, because of how the actors embodied characters and connected with each other within this play. Stellar directing. I loved getting a booklet of their poems to take home. ... full review
CAROLINE O'MEARA certified reviewer June 20, 2023
tagged as: sexy · funny · absurd · poets
It was so magical to experience poetry in a theatrical format. To see the poets physically live in their poems and the quirky characters that emerged. I really enjoyed the cross-pollination of the poet's works. A different, illuminating context transpired when they spoke another's words. It was powerful.... full review