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ensemble theatre · msm · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America

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JIM HANNA certified reviewer June 21, 2017
Probably the best show I've seen at Fringe this year. The greatest trick it pulls off is essentially being a drama while still making me laugh harder than any Fringe offering thus far. Heartbreaking and hysterical with amazingly grounded performances. Both actors are remarkable with Matthew Scott Montgomery giving the finest performance I've seen at HFF17 yet. Go see this!... full review
GREGORY HINES certified reviewer June 25, 2017
this is a beautiful play with perfect performances. Bravo to Matthew Montgomery for creating this. ... full review
SOFIE KHAN certified reviewer June 25, 2017
Amazingly intense show! Had good amounts of comic relief to help audience go through the deep moments. The characters played polar opposites and it was such a big payoff in the end. I've been cracking up about the name Viridiana for days! KUDOS!... full review
SYDNEY HAMM certified reviewer June 26, 2017
Profoundly moving and unequivocally stunning. This piece brought so many social issues to the forefront of discussion in an incredibly approachable yet powerful way. The actors brought the perfect combination of pure honesty, humor, and raw emotion to the stage; and they had the audience completely enchanted from beginning to end. Absolutely beautiful.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 25, 2017
This is a MUST SEE SHOW. I left wanting more, so I would like to see it go further.... full review
RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer July 25, 2017
Relying heavily on the sincere awkwardness between two strangers facing the same dilemma, this show will win you over as each character reveals just how vulnerable they are - even if admitting that could be a huge risk. Heartfelt performances make the show worth seeing.... full review
MAXIMILIAN LLOYD-JONES certified reviewer June 25, 2017
tagged as: Tragic · poignant · topical · powerful
Superb. Montgomery and Puente knock it out of the park hitting the humour perfectly and capturing the pain of being a young man who doesn't feel he belongs - even at the end of the world.... full review
DEL SHORES certified reviewer June 18, 2017
tagged as: gay · LGBQT · one-act · fringe 2017 · scary · romantic comedy
One hour of brilliance! ... full review