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Belleville

ensemble theatre · tapper's woods / doud lumber · Ages 13+ · includes nudity · United States of America

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JULIE SESNOVICH certified reviewer June 21, 2015
Very intense and well-written, with great performances. It's amazing what drama you can create with just a couple people on a basic set. Go!... full review
RICHARD KIM certified reviewer June 22, 2015
Despite too loud sound fx and distracting noise from adjoining stages, this was a well executed production of a sharply observed play by one of the best young playwrights in the country. Kudos to the cast for their powerful performances.... full review
SHERRY JASON certified reviewer June 25, 2015
Great performances ! I enjoyed this play very much and look forward to more plays from this group And thank you to the entire cast for their caring and support of City Hearts:Kids Say Yes to the Arts. We are most grateful!!!... full review
BRI GIGER certified reviewer June 26, 2015
tagged as: Beautiful · french · fuck paris · Love · lovers · ex · life · real · REAL ACTING · realism
Belleville- So, raw, real, and diverse. It really hit home for me. Great subject manor and beautifully written from start to finish. The ensemble was incredible, and I could watch them for hours and never look away. The directing went so perfect with the cast, the space and the story. I also really enjoyed the diversity of the cast and the show alone had diverse content like I've never seen before. Emily Rutan - Incredible stage presence. Strong actress who leads her cast very well. Beautiful character arc from beginning to end. Extremely relatable. Lee Doud- Can't hate but to love him. His acting plays very well across from his partner Emily. I believed him throughly. Lara Farasat- Definition of "no small role" I wanted more of her... full review

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