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

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2017
Congratulations on a sold out audience...BUT I got a seat on the side (that didn't have risers). The center section was on risers so there was no way to see actors over the center risers with bodies in chairs when the actors where sitting. Big chunks of the play was staged on the floor and I couldn't see either actor. Very frustrating. With contortions I could sometimes see part of one seated actor. But audience shouldn't have to contort and we deserve to see both characters. Give everyone risers or sell fewer tickets and don't put seats on the sides that are behind others. Not fair to make the effort to get out and see a show--but then not be able to see the show. (And I'm not a short person--feel even more sorry for anyone in my s... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2017
The premise of this play intrigued me, that of two complete opposites who find common ground in the end. Unfortunately major flaws in every aspect of the production resulted in a very disappointing experience. The writing was elementary. The writer wanted to put two disparate characters in a situation where they couldn't run away but had to either come together or die. However the lack of imagination in creating a non-specific apocalypse was trite and created more questions than it ever gave in answers. It seemed like a cheap way out. Nor were the characters fleshed out in any way. Each was a stereotype so overdone that after five minutes you knew pretty much everything there was to know. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2017
great show great actors ... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 10, 2017
tagged as: genuine · unique · honest
Breathtaking and genuine.... full review
JON MANGANELLO uncertified reviewer June 16, 2017
Dead Boys is something special. Though the play is set during the end of the world, both the acting and writing are so grounded and human, I was thrown into the journey and was convinced it was all real. Montgomery's performance is fragile, sensitive, and witty. You fall in love with his character instantly. He somehow feels nervous and broken AND confident and wise. It's really nuanced and impressive. Puente is just as strong. His character takes some time to warm up to, but by the end, you feel something deep for him. Rarely does a play that handles so much politically feel so personal. I especially liked the discussion of race in relation to the gay community. More people should be talking about this. I'm glad Montgomery dove head ... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 17, 2017
Not at all what I expected, in a good way!! It was though provoking and opened up my eyes in a lot of ways. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2017
tagged as: brilliant · fresh · important
Dead Boys was incredible. I am so impressed. ... full review
MEGAN DUNN certified reviewer June 18, 2017
tagged as: pride · aliens · Strength
Matthew Scott Montgomery is a literal genius. Tonight was my third time seeing Dead Boys, and it really got me thinking and feeling the same way every single show. It truly deserves all the recognition it can possibly get. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2017
I loved the show! It did a great job of taking you on a rollacoaster of emotions but not keeping you in one for to long. The character development was very strong though the writing and the acting. Defiantly worth your time and money! I'd see it again! ... full review
LAUREN OLIPRA certified reviewer June 19, 2017
I had no idea what to expect going into this show...but WOW. Very good, love the concept and the acting is SUPERB. I actually think this would make a great short film.... full review