White People Drinking

ensemble theatre · the zoo theatre co. · Ages 21+ · 100 mins · United States of America

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ROBBY DEVILLEZ · June 14, 2018
tagged as: intense · funny
It's funny, it's intense, it's a good time!... full review

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MARCELINO MENDOZA certified reviewer · June 05, 2018
The show is like a discourse/examination on societies' growing sense of ennui juxtaposed with the vagaries of a constantly evolving search for truth, wisdom and reality amidst the backdrop of a social gathering meant to exposed the very foibles of its inherent superficiality.... full review

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SOO CHYUN certified reviewer · May 31, 2018
tagged as: thought-provoking · witty
Another brilliant play written by Daniel Sugimoto! White People Drinking got me hooked on its thought-provoking, witty, and delightful story and setting. ... full review

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ROSS BURAN certified reviewer · June 02, 2018
Relentless and thought-provoking. It challenges the audience to lean into the conversation topics that we'd never enter into even with our best friends. Thoroughly impressed and enjoyed the experience. Still don't know if I'd bring any of this up at my next dinner party, but quite enjoyed the different voices crossing various lines labeled taboo. ... full review

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NATHANIEL BEAVER · June 11, 2018
The play really delved into what felt like ALL of the current political, religious, social, and familial topics with direct force and no meandering about it. It was funny and really made you think about your beliefs, er, well "opinions", on many topics. The cast did a great job with their energy and it was the perfect venue for this show. ... full review

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KATT BALSAN · June 14, 2018
Very well written and played! Not a slow moment throughout the play. ... full review

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LAURA WILEY certified reviewer · June 13, 2018
Witty, thought provoking, and entertaining! This play explores so many social dynamics and ideas, and has great pacing throughout. My favorite thing (aside from the brilliant writing) was the acting of Daniel Sugimoto and Julia Lisa, so so good. The conversation felt natural and everything just worked so well. Highly engaging from start to finish! ... full review

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ROBERT BERG certified reviewer · June 14, 2018
I was very impressed by the acting. All roles were perfectly inhabited by these 6 fantastic actors.... full review

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KATHERINE CONNOR DUFF · June 14, 2018
Funny, engaging, disturbing, and very well acted and written! Props to all the actors; those monologues were challenging and long, but they were expertly written and perfectly acted. Very different show than what I was expecting and it made me think; the very best kind of theater.... full review

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ANONYMOUS · June 14, 2018
White people over thinking....... full review

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