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ensemble theatre · lonely birthday productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by anonymous

June 11, 2016 certified reviewer

What I liked

What a great meditation on loneliness and isolation. Greg Steinbrecher’s performance really resonated and was particularly affecting. I like that it made the plight of anyone’s apocalyptic loneliness a question of real or perceived conditions.

What I didn't like

There was a little bit of confusion in the structure and the logic of the show’s reality, but I would definitely want to come back to see the next incarnation.

My overall impression

Some good performances, great themes of loneliness and longing, a work of great potential.

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