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Reasons To Be Pretty

ensemble theatre · actors task force · United States of America

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MANNY RODRIGUEZ certified reviewer June 10, 2017
A truly entertaining production, with four actors that excelled at presenting a strong understanding of LaBute's play. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 20, 2017
Fun! ... full review
ADAM KERBEL June 10, 2017
Nice work and a rueful approach to the popular play. Really nice casting, and you get to watch these actors take the characters to heart. ... full review
FAYNA SANCHEZ certified reviewer June 12, 2017
Check out this play! Great acting and direction. You can tell that this is a group of highly dedicated actors. The storytelling is top notch, hilarious and heartbreaking! ... full review
TIM PECK June 13, 2017
There is not a dull moment in this production. I would recommend RUNNING to this play.... full review
SEAN HUTCHISON certified reviewer June 13, 2017
Highly impressed and entertained by this talented young cast. Would definitely recommend!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 21, 2017
Go see this show! Excellent production! The ensemble of actors are extremely talented and the chemistry in the scenes is perfection! The very talented Kimber Pritts' portrayal of Steph is honest, nuanced, and she masterfully takes the audience with her as Steph's character develops. Kimber Pritts (Steph), Roger Wan (Greg), Veronica Roy (Carly), and Sam Swaynos (Kent) each deliver masterful performances as you truly feel the range of emotions of the complex and developing relationships. Professionally directed by the talented Jorge-Luis Pallo, everything about the production works together to give the audience a wonderful experience and leaves you wanting more! (Reasons To Be Happy to follow?!?) ... full review
JAMES WILSON certified reviewer June 24, 2017
Very well written - contemporary - superb acting throughout (good guys and bad).. ... full review
EDWARD HONG the nerds of color June 20, 2017
tagged as: Rushed · hostile · energetic · frenetic
It has all the energy, but unfortunately it is an overly rushed, overly hostile production that falls into the traps that so many productions of Neil LaBute fall into.... full review

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