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ensemble theatre · be flat productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America

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STEPHEN BEITLER certified reviewer June 29, 2014
tagged as: Skillful · funny · witty · well done · story · comedy · drama · Love
Good theatre is something to be cherished. Great theatre is an experience. The exceptional story of No Homo lets the audience member in to those most private moments of love. Moments where we have to decide which is more important; to love as I want to love, or love others watching me be in love? Through parents, friends, movies, art, postcards, notecards, books, stories, legends, and myths we are told: "This is how you love." No Homo asks you to instead love as you will. With three dimensional characters, written intelligently and without pretense by Brandon Baruch, we are brought into a world filled with truthful conversations between loved ones. We don't get a sense of the cliche archetypal characters so often running amuck on our LA ... full review
SHELAGH MCFADDEN certified reviewer June 24, 2014
Flat-out funny and full of truth. Great acting, writing, and direction. Go if you can still get a ticket!... full review
KEN COLWES certified reviewer June 24, 2014
tagged as: comedy · gay · Los Angeles · Love · Relationships · sexy
Was not expecting this, but NO HOMO is easily the best thing I've seen at this year's Fringe. The writing is hysterical and insightful, the direction astute, and the cast exceptional (and funny and sexy and a whole lot more). Props to all involved for 90 minutes of sheer delight!... full review
MATT RICHTER June 24, 2014
It's been a real pleasure to watch Brandon develop as a playwright over the years, and No Homo is by far his best work. It's a great combination of solid writing, good direction, and some downright fantastic performances. Recommended. ... full review
STEVEN STANLEY certified reviewer June 24, 2014
A gay story we haven’t yet seen onstage may seem about as hard to imagine as John Travolta without an angry denial, and yet that is precisely what playwright Brandon Baruch has treated us to in NO HOMO—A Bromantic Tragedy, as funny and crowd-pleasingly satisfying a gay play as I’ve seen in a good long while. 20somethings Ash (Jonny Rodgers) and Luke (Benjamin Durham) have been inseparable besties since college, so much so that everyone they know, including Ash’s gay brother Serge (AJ Jones) and Luke’s just-out sister Chrissy (Lizzie Adelman), assumes them to be a couple. In fact, even Ash and Luke themselves may harbor suspicions that the other is gay. Still, all speculation aside, our bff heroes do appear to be decidedly “No Homo,” th... full review
TAYLOR KAPLAN certified reviewer June 10, 2014
tagged as: no homo
HILARIOUS amazing cast. fabulous writing. spot on. henry mcmillan killed it!... full review
ROD DURHAM certified reviewer June 10, 2014
tagged as: excellent · fun · great actors · clever
Clever script, great acting, fun responsive audience - an enjoyable evening.... full review
MEGAN FRANCES certified reviewer June 25, 2014
Brilliant and hilarious! A must see! A+... full review
JEN B certified reviewer June 12, 2014
tagged as: funny heartwarming
Brandon Baruch nails it again with a fun, hilarious play. Great cast, good writing - don't miss it!... full review
DAN JONES certified reviewer June 12, 2014
NO HOMO was great entertainment. The cast was excellent. The venue was very nice. The show is a must see.... full review

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