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

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MARC FORGET uncertified reviewer June 05, 2016
Well worth the time.... full review
RYAN LISMAN certified reviewer June 06, 2016
Please go and see this play, I absolutely promise you that you will find yourself deeply caring about the characters. Luminous is one of those rare original works that has writing that rivals the great professional and famous playwrights of our time. It can be risky to do a heavy drama like this play for the Fringe Festival, due to it's fast-paced, energy-filled nature, but the reward is well-worth the risk with this play. Luminous is so masterfully Written, Directed, and Acted, it was beautiful experience and I'm so grateful I got to see this play, I have great expectations for it in the future, I'd love to see it being sold at Samuel French soon. ... full review
STEVE PETERSON certified reviewer June 10, 2016
tagged as: thoughtful
Well worth the time. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2016
tagged as: strange · thought-provoking
Once the show gets going the actors are fun to watch and the story is interesting. I think overall the show could be tightened and some of the questions answered by the end. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2016
Some good performances, great themes of loneliness and longing, a work of great potential. ... full review
DAVID DICKERSON uncertified reviewer June 14, 2016
tagged as: drama · mystery · ensemble
What an interesting little pocket of the world to be dropped into, like a Spielberg or J.J. Abrams sleepy town with some downright odd behavior lurking under the surface. All of the actors are more than capable, and solid relationships between all of them are established. I won't go into the plot, but suffice to say there is more to it than what appears. Unfortunately, there is one character that is introduced, where we are given hints and clues to their true nature, but is ultimately left unresolved. In that way, it felt more like the first chapter of a much larger story, but that says something about the writing if you want to find out more. Some of the monologues go on for a while, and could probably be pruned, but ultimately you're getti... full review