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A Shadow of Doubt

ensemble theatre · mb stage productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS June 05, 2016
Strong play with impressive talent.... full review
TYE NIELSEN certified reviewer June 05, 2016
tagged as: suspense · drama
I really enjoyed it. Good transitions scene to scene. Good acting, good lighting, good production overall.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 05, 2016
The story line was exceptional. The actors were superb which is an indication of the directing talent of Mr. Kotowski... full review
ANONYMOUS June 05, 2016
Where has Mr. Kotowski been? We need more of him and plays like Shadow of Doubt. Best yet!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 05, 2016
This is my first time at Fringe. Shadow of Doubt is New York ready!... full review
DJ ROBERTS June 05, 2016
The director will be a serious contender. Others, watch out!... full review
If you haven't seen this yet at Fringe, run run run get your ticket. Worth 3 times the price... full review
DAN WILLIAMS June 05, 2016
This is THE BEST I've seen I can hardly wait until I can say "I saw the director before." ... full review
RICKY PHAFF June 05, 2016
Google Kotowski. What an artist!... full review
ROBBIE NUNAN June 05, 2016
I just realized how much a director brings a play to life. This couldn't have been better. Don't miss it, no matter what!!!... full review

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