Solomon: King, Poet & Lover - A Play About 1 Man & 700 Wives

solo performance · freed productions · Ages 10+ · family friendly · one person show · United Kingdom

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Review by TULI SKAIST
June 13, 2017

What I liked

Alright. Let’s get to it right off the bat: I loved the show and thought it was brilliant. Marcus is seemless in his movements and compelling in his delivery. I could have sworn there were 10 actors on stage. The play is serious but does not take itself too seriously. It left me smiling large and thinking deep. I’d go see it again.

What I didn't like

Alright. Let’s get to it right off the bat: I loved the show and thought it was brilliant. Marcus is seemless in his movements and compelling in his delivery. I could have sworn there were 10 actors on stage. The play is serious but does not take itself too seriously. It left me smiling large and thinking deep. I’d go see it again.

My overall impression

Alright. Let’s get to it right off the bat: I loved the show and thought it was brilliant. Marcus is seemless in his movements and compelling in his delivery. I could have sworn there were 10 actors on stage. The play is serious but does not take itself too seriously. It left me smiling large and thinking deep. I’d go see it again.

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