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Ryan is Lost

comedy · awake/unafraid · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States

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IAN FEDERGREEN June 25, 2013
A profoundly damaged brother and sister await the return of their missing nephew in a Godot-like mall. These are two great performances, especially from Leslie Murphy, who imbues her character with a beautiful fragility and sad longing. The direction is spot on, but the play is still two lost souls on a bench for an hour. The lady to my right said it was brilliant and the lady to my left fell asleep- I'm somewhere between the two. full review
BOB LEGGETT June 30, 2013
I have never been so profoundly touched or seen such as stirring demonstration of sibling rivalry as I did through the eyes of this play. Both Haverty and Murphy are outstanding in their performance, as secrets are revealed and the purpose of their waiting are left in the aftermath of their interactions. This is a must see performance and worthy of a Best of Fringe extension.... full review


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