Pizza and Whine

comedy · cappricielli productions · Ages 13+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · 75 mins · United States of America

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MINDY FRADKIN · June 14, 2018
I enjoyed parts of it, but didn't realize it was a true story about their grandmother's passing until I asked after the show. I honor that and think its beautiful that they wrote this play with that motive. I think it needs to be developed more, and has potential.... full review

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LAUREN ASHLEY OLIVER certified reviewer · June 01, 2018
This play with very sweet and touching. The characters were well-developed, funny, and interesting. There were a range of different personalities and humor that blending together really nicely. It felt very original. You leave the theatre with a warm feeling from the heartfelt love letter to family. Nicely done:)... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 01, 2018
You very well could enjoy this play more than I did, but it was difficult for me to see past a multitude of fundamental issues in the script/performances. I can appreciate a play that is essentially a eulogy to beloved family member. I find this sort of familial catharsis a touching notion. However, I'm not a member of the creators' family nor a particularly sentimental person and so there was little for me here.... full review

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JULIA LISA certified reviewer · June 07, 2018
A beautiful tribute to a beloved woman, mother, and grandmother! The biggest challenge for actors is playing themselves. It can be very personal and vulnerable. It is very brave to put yourself out there like that. ... full review

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