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The Best of 25 Plays Per Hour

ensemble theatre · theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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SAMMI LAPPIN certified reviewer June 08, 2014
25 Plays Per Hour is outrageously entertaining! This production is riddled with gems as it whisks you through a fast paced and exciting rush of every subject matter imaginable. The hysterical, brilliantly executed comedy punctuated by suddenly serious and deeply touching pieces will leave you at the mercy of this radiant cast. ... full review
ANDREW JOSEPH PEREZ June 26, 2014
tagged as: comedy · sketch · one act · one hour · drama
I cannot express how pleased with myself I am that I made sure to make time to see 25 Plays Per Hour before Fringe comes to an end this weekend. While I was seeing shows in the opening week, I saw audiences coming out of the Asylum Theatre absolute in stitches and I thought to myself, "Hey. Self. Note to you: make time and make a plan to see this show before Fringe ends." And so I did. Coming from Seattle, the land of "14/48: the World's Quickest Theatre Festival," in which a team of playwrights, directors, composers, and actors create 7 plays per night, direct them during the day, then perform them two days in a row, for two weekends in a row, quick-fire, fast-paced, by-the-seat-of-our-pants theatre is, what one would certainly consider ... full review
CHRIS FARAH certified reviewer June 20, 2014
I can't believe it was my first time seeing 25PPH but it was and now I am an eternal fan. Everything is clean, sharp, specific and motivated from the writing, to performance and finally to direction. Some of my favorite plays (and there are a LOT to choose from) was More Like Viet-Gay, White Satin, Clean Lines, Tweet Poet, Is This Seat Taken, Better Not to Ask, and both runners, Coming Out and Serial Killer. The cast is super energetic, fun, and playful and it was an utter delight the whole time. I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THE NEXT ONE!... full review
DARREN MANGLER certified reviewer June 20, 2014
Fun. Quick. Good writing. Talented Cast. Boobs. High. Five. ... full review
BRANDIE JUNE certified reviewer June 07, 2014
tagged as: comedy · drama · unique
This was a whirlwind! Short, yet moving, scenes that made me want to laugh or cry that was totally true to the title- 25 of them in an hour! Huzzah. ... full review
COLLEEN ODONNELL certified reviewer June 09, 2014
This was such an excellent way to spend an hour. Very talented cast. There is really something for everyone in this show. My favorite scene was about Starbucks...being older...having your teen angst anthem become easy listening, so well written and true. There were several scenes that had me laughing hysterically and several other scenes that really made me think. The fast pace was like a roller coaster that after riding it you say, let's go again! Go see this show, you will not regret it!... full review
IVY KHAN June 09, 2014
I'm not one to liberally dole out compliments, least of all regarding theater. But I can honestly say that this show exceeded my expectations. A compact, entertaining, equal parts hilarious and heart-warming piece of theater with solid direction and a stellar cast. When you struggle to find flaws, you know you've seen something unique. I can 100% guarantee no regrets in attending this production. Go, go go!... full review
ANTHONY RUTOWICZ June 09, 2014
tagged as: genius · time · one hour · 25pph · fringe · theatre · plays
Great line-up of scenes/moments. Some smart reoccurring scenes, which I loved, all done with a group of solid storytellers, that kept on the 1 hour track that dished out 25 pieces of Theatre. Thanks, players. ... full review
DANIEL JOHNSON cinesnatch.blogspot.com certified reviewer June 10, 2014
Another Hollywood Fringe, another production of 25 Plays Per Hour by Theatre Unleashed. This welcome Fringe tradition has officially been around long enough to warrant a “Best of” edition. Once again, the audience is treated to a fast-and-loose production of 25 plays lasting a total of 60 minutes – the scene transition clock-ticking serves as a frequent reminder that expedition is more important than elegance here. (Unfortunately, a few lines do get lost in the chaos.) “Muffins” is the comedic high point of the show... <a href="http://cinesnatch.blogspot.com/2014/06/fringe-round-up-things-being-what-they.html">Cinesnatch</a>... full review
CAROL NACE certified reviewer June 10, 2014
Very energetic cast. Too much profanity. Great job with starting and ending on time!... full review

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College Seduction.... As the characters seduce each other with food, well... Written by Chambers Stevens. Directed by Victoria Hoffman.

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