Spaceman

ensemble theatre · looking glass · Ages 15+ · family friendly · world premiere · 45 mins · United States of America

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MARIA WILSON certified reviewer · June 19, 2018
I thought the play overall had a lot of heart. The concept seems fantastical, but the emotions felt between the characters are very real and raw. It reminds the audience that holding on to the past doesn't allow you to move forward to a better, brighter future. Each character brought a different dynamic to the storytelling, but the three generations of women was very relatable and nostalgic of my own relationship with my mother and grandmother. Well done!!!... full review

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HILARY STATON certified reviewer · June 18, 2018
tagged as: romance · mother-daughter · comedy · drama
This show is definitely entertaining! Strong acting carries a story that is fun and suspenseful. It left me wanting more: more of the history of each life and more of the story of where they are going. Loved it!... full review

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JEREMY EBENSTEIN · June 14, 2018
This story has suspense, conflict, empathy & humor. It had me riveted.... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 13, 2018
I really enjoyed this play! I was impressed by the creative use of space and unique story line. I was engaged throughout and lost myself in the story of the characters. I would definitely recommend! ... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 03, 2018
Great show, wonderful acting! ... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 03, 2018
SPACEMAN whisked me away almost immediately, and had me on the edge of my seat the entire hour. I was drawn in, engaged, and cared for the characters. A very good show! Left me thinking about it afterwards.... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 05, 2018
The play was well written and very engaging. It had all the aspects of a bittersweet love story. It was fun to watch and you were always kept on the edge of your seat.... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 07, 2018
tagged as: plot structure · suspense · futurism · drama
Spaceman is amazingly captivating and suspenseful. My attention was locked in from start to finish and I kept waiting to see what was going to happen next! I thoroughly enjoyed it. ... full review

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KAT MICHELS see it or skip it la · June 06, 2018
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Spaceman makes great use of their space and the actors do well with the material that they are given. The problem was with the script. The man from the future was the most believable part of this play. The three women characters - daughter, mother, grandmother - are all written in such a way that if feels like they all have something really important to say, but they have no idea how or why they want to say it. Because of this, the dialogue often became repetitive and stilted. Read the full review on the See It or Skip It LA website.... full review

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NATHANIEL BEAVER · June 11, 2018
I liked the sci-fi concept and the fish out of water story. I thought the characters and actors acted accordingly to the situation they were given. ... full review

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