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The Art of Falling Down

dance & physical theatre · the driver of dreams theatre · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America

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JULIAN ZAMBRANO certified reviewer June 04, 2016
A great, well written and interesting show, about real people dealing with real emotions and problems. A must see!... full review
TIMOTHY MCCRAY certified reviewer June 04, 2016
My overall impression is that this is very important work. I feel as though I just stumbled upon a source of great storytelling and the beginning of a long line amazing work!... full review
JULIAN ZAMBRANO certified reviewer June 04, 2016
A great, well written and interesting show, about real people dealing with real emotions and problems. A must see!... full review
KYLE LEAR June 04, 2016
1,2,3,4 is this will leave you wanting more. "The Art of Falling Down" directed by Megan Gomez and starring Porsche Faria-James and Maddie Moen is a piece that will leave you standing up to applaud the beautiful efforts put forth into bringing this show to life. The show asks the important question "What would you sacrifice for your art?" Along with showing the ups and downs that one experiences when in the field of Art. A beautifully truthful piece, Maddie and Porsche aren't afraid to give everything they are into their characters; Aptly named the Musician and Painter. There's instantly a chemistry between the two that can be seen as floaty but faithful Porsche tries to show Maddie her way of thinking. Originally hesitant, over the cours... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 04, 2016
tagged as: inspiring · creative · fun
Wonderful... full review
TYLER SMITH certified reviewer June 05, 2016
tagged as: art · musician · painter · Artist · women · Women in arts · Struggle · singing
Maddie, Porsche, and Megan did a beautiful job of creating and bringing life to this charming piece about what it means to be an artist and what it means to be a woman. They had me laughing, crying, and sitting on the edge of my seat in wonder. I would absolutely recommend this to all Fringe participants, and I would recommend to myself to see it again! I only wish there was more to it. ... full review
KYLE LEAR June 04, 2016
1,2,3,4 is this will leave you wanting more. "The Art of Falling Down" directed by Megan Gomez and starring Porsche Faria-James and Maddie Moen is a piece that will leave you standing up to applaud the beautiful efforts put forth into bringing this show to life. The show asks the important question "What would you sacrifice for your art?" Along with showing the ups and downs that one experiences when in the field of Art. A beautifully truthful piece, Maddie and Porsche aren't afraid to give everything they are into their characters; Aptly named the Musician and Painter. There's instantly a chemistry between the two that can be seen as floaty but faithful Porsche tries to show Maddie her way of thinking. Originally hesitant, over the cours... full review
DREW ANDERSON certified reviewer June 10, 2016
A show that everyone needs to see.... full review
LAURA SAMMONS June 10, 2016
This show is thought provoking, funny and well written. ... full review
JENNIFER ASHE certified reviewer June 10, 2016
A beautiful exploration of self worth and survival. Is believing in ourselves enough? Maddie Moen's staccato quirks played against Porsche James' languid delivery wonderfully. This play reminds us that we do matter and with the simplest of effort, we can effect each others lives whether we realize it or not. ... full review

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