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ONE STEP OVER

ensemble theatre · bsd productions and cyanide theatre · Ages 17+ · United States of America

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VIRGINIA RIDGERS certified reviewer June 05, 2016
tagged as: wall street · witty · intense · well written · moving
A well thought out wordy play that provokes equal amounts of shock and heartfelt emotional response from the audience. There are a couple of violent scenes that are remarkably realistic and the cast does a superb job with their timing throughout. Stellar performances from everyone, especially the leads and a heart wrenching monologue from David Lee Garver. Zachary Sherman does a fantastic job, even in a small role, of breaking the intensity with some much needed laughs. I thought an hour and a half might drag on with such an intense setting but it flew by once you were ensconced in the lives and troubles of these ruthless Wall St traders.... full review
BEN BLONIGAN certified reviewer June 06, 2016
one word.....FLAWLESS.... full review
ADRIAN BLOOM certified reviewer June 08, 2016
D.B Levin's "One Step Over" is gripping on multiple levels. The writing and acting is superb. I was drawn into the world of these characters from the moment the lights turned on until the very end---90 minutes that just flew by effortlessly. Edward Hendershott's portrayal of "Martin" is riveting. And David Lee Garver's monologue is gut wrenching. All the actors gave a sense humanity to characters that might otherwise be seen as nothing more than shallow crooks.... full review
MATT RITCHEY certified reviewer June 12, 2016
This is Theatre. I was absolutely in awe of the writing - the characters, the use of language - it was Mamet, only smoother and with more respect for actors. The direction was fantastic - with three chairs and two tables, I was transported INTO New York apartments, boardrooms, restaurants. The acting (and this is connected to the direction) was truthful, impacting, and raw - across the board, though David Lee Garver and Ralph Guzzo's work truly stands out. This deserves an extension, a stay in New York, and a screenplay adaptation. Hands down, best drama I've seen so far. GO!... full review
ERICKA CLEVENGER certified reviewer June 13, 2016
The actors were flawless in their dedication to character and story. I would recommend this play to anyone. Just maybe don't bring your overly religious grandma who shutters at the word poop.... full review
STEPHANIE LYN certified reviewer June 06, 2016
tagged as: intense · passion · suspense
I loved the show. In fact, I plan on seeing it again a second time. All actors were outstanding, and I was on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen next. I loved the monologue about the daughter and the bathtub--heart wrenching. Lots of twists and turns for a wild ride! A definite must see!!... full review
ANNIE ROONEY certified reviewer June 06, 2016
tagged as: riveting
A dark edgy drama.... full review
BEN GOLDBERG certified reviewer June 07, 2016
tagged as: dark · edgy · mamet
Great dark edgy show reminiscent of a Mamet play. This show really examines when you do take a step over and and the consequences that your actions may have. ... full review
WASHINGTON FLOWERS certified reviewer June 16, 2016
This show is worth seeing again!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2016
Raw off off Broadway type theater. In the best way!... full review