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Survivor's Guilt

comedy · gi gaga · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States

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RAY UTARNACHITT certified reviewer June 08, 2014
tagged as: funny · comedy · poignant
"Survivor's Guilt" moves along at a fast clip and is very, very funny and often quite poignant. The incredibly talented cast really brings the script to life and is so much fun to watch. ... full review
LAUREN RAWLINS certified reviewer June 08, 2014
A hysterical play! Well-acted, well-written, I would recommend it to all my friends. And I will!... full review
LAURA BIREK certified reviewer June 09, 2014
tagged as: funny · entertaining · clever
I loved Survivor's Guilt! It has such a funny premise, and the writer/director really did a great job exploring what might happen. The cast is great (that Becca Murray is phenomenal -- casting directors take note!) and I just enjoyed myself from curtain to curtain. Go see this play! You won't regret it!... full review
ROBERT ROUGE` certified reviewer June 10, 2014
David Love has written a splendid comedy that is right up to par with any Neil Simon or Noel Coward play. Even though the cast improvised well with the limited space of this 42 seat theater, I would like to see this play at a larger theater, with full sets and plenty of elbow room. Do not miss this one... Fringe Festival attendants. Bobby Rouge` ... full review
SHARON MAYER certified reviewer June 15, 2014
tagged as: comedy
The excellent cast did a great job in bringing David Love's play to life. The pace was just right - small scenes with fast moving dialogue and lots of laughs. If you want to have a good time, go see this delightful take on what might happen when a novel becomes a memoir. ... full review
KAT MULDOON certified reviewer June 30, 2014
A funny and fast-paced original play, with excellent acting and excellent direction. I look forward to seeing what David Love does next!... full review
DALLAS BANCROFT certified reviewer July 01, 2014
Unless you see the show, you cannot know how good it is. No words can express the surprise and the delight awaiting me when I saw this production. It was touching and funny and totally original. The writing was top drawer but the actors were insanely hilarious. Nothing could have spoiled this evening of fun and laughter because the characters were so real, so alive. It was just the most enjoyable time I've had in a long time. Special kudos to William Knight who plays a Jew. His accents from being British to Yiddish was sheer genius. Loved it, will recommend it to all my friends and family. Hope to see it as a play on the big stage. ... full review
ANDREA DOLBEC certified reviewer July 01, 2014
I was both nervous and excited to see the piece. I wondered how the writer, director and cast would handle such a delicate topic as the Holocaust, with humor. This show was AMAZING. Perfectly cast, and the acting was really moving. The script handled complicated personal emotions amongst the characters, and the actors played off each other beautifully. The last line was absurdly brilliant, I won’t spoil it. If its gets an extended run at Fringe, it’s a definite must-see.... full review
JOSEPH MCMAHON certified reviewer June 20, 2014
If you're looking for a solidly performed comedy with a constant flow of laughs, an interesting story, and an ending that you probably won't see coming, you should check out this production. ... full review