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comedy · mft productions llc · Ages 16+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America

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GORDON MANISKAS certified reviewer June 05, 2017
The piece had the audience laughing the whole time with its tastefully irreverent political, sexual, religious, and bro-mantic humor.... full review
THOMAS MCNEANY certified reviewer June 03, 2017
tagged as: funny
Overall I enjoyed it and would recommend it. ... full review
KIM DEVENNE certified reviewer June 04, 2017
A treat to see an original voice come to life on the stage.... full review
IAN CROSSLAND certified reviewer June 05, 2017
I hope to see these actors again in the future; and Foldy's writing/direction is spot on.... full review
DAKOTA LUPO June 05, 2017
tagged as: sex · lotion · Trump
Sharp writing, strong performances; a really fun ride that pulls you in from beginning to end. ... full review
SAMUEL JOSEPH June 13, 2017
Fun, quirky, fantasy play about young love and passion. At times whimsical, at times poignant, Penetration is full of surprises from beginning to end. A thoroughly good time. Highly Recommend. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 20, 2017
tagged as: funny · timely · Authentic
It was very good, timely, honest and funny.... full review
JORDAN YOUNG so cal arts & entertainment June 10, 2017
The title of Peter Foldy’s “Penetration” is somewhat misleading; it’s more about sexual fantasy vs. reality. And Foldy’s direction seems almost non-existent at times. To his credit there’s some good comic repartee and the play goes to some unexpected places, though not all of it works. That much of it works so well is thanks to Julia Henning, who’s got not only the requisite anatomy to play the fantasy girl from the online chat room but the acting chops to engage the audience.... full review
RYAN LISMAN June 13, 2017
It's great when you can see a play that is totally up your alley, and Penetration really was that for me. I really appreciate the play's willingness to push the boundaries, exploring challenging subject material, and exposing the characters flaws and strengths both in a really complex way. I found the play really relatable, and I imagine most others would as well, it can be really hard balancing your own wants and the wants that everyone else projects onto you and wants you to uphold. There is some excellent writing and acting here, I really recommend this play. ... full review
AARON STALL certified reviewer June 18, 2017
I was impressed with the play as a whole. The actors were good and likeable. The script was well-rounded and fun. Apparently, there were technical difficulties during today's show however I could not tell. I noticed the tv screen had a blip but that was about It. It felt very smooth.... full review

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