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ensemble theatre · liv productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · South Africa

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Still is a heartwrenching, gut-punching, drama that is driven by the most divine part - a collective art heart from an amazing cast and direction. It can't be missed! And it's a piece that stays with you long after it's done, still trying to unravel its story and message at the same time. ... full review
DAVID MACDOWELL BLUE certified reviewer June 04, 2018
Look at the poster image for this play, Still and you get a real sense of how this story as we experience it feels. Not the stillness of waiting, nor the stillness of rest. No, this three-person drama makes us feel the stillness between moments--between life changing words and decision, between realizations. Even between the question asked and the answer given. On top of that we have the subject matter--sexual assault, which still remains a matter to avoid rather than confront, to seek excuses rather than understand truth. In this case, the entire work seems to take place in all the still moments described above, a refuge from the "still" also inferred above. A fragile or at least delicate in some ways young woman, her best and maybe o... full review
KAT MICHELS certified reviewer June 09, 2018
#MustSeeLA #SeeItLa “I’m the drunk girl, and he’s the victim.” This play pulled me in from the start and held my attention until the lights went out at the end. It’s the type of play that the audience needs a moment at the end to absorb what just happened before they can clap. My suggestion is that you stop reading this now and just go see it for yourself, because the less you know going in the better. But if you want to hear more, read on. Read the full review on the See It or Skip It LA website. Link below.... full review
GREG LAVOI June 09, 2018
Still is beautifully acted. Touchingly directed. And powerfully written. The set is brilliant. The touch of nudity is tasteful and perfect. Thus was the first Fringe show I attended and is one of the best productions i have ever attended in LA, Off Broadway or London!... full review
tagged as: brilliant · dark · drama · intimate
This show was breathtaking, incredibly designed, and doesn't have an ounce of fat for the entirety of the play. What a lovely, brilliant afternoon I had with this play.... full review
See this show! It's delicate, stunning, thoughtful, and fascinating in it's approach to a complex topic. The cast is remarkably talented, each member bringing a level of authenticity rarely seen on stage or screen. So glad I got a chance to experience this gem of a production.... full review
TRACEY PALEO, GIA ON THE MOVE (OFFICIAL PRESS) certified reviewer June 12, 2018
tagged as: rape · murder
Recommended. Still is so simply written, so sparsely staged, so guilelessly performed. Incredibly powerful.... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer June 28, 2018
a Platinum Medal see full review at full review
BONNIE SLUDIKOFF certified reviewer June 25, 2018
Sometimes you see a show and you have a brief, but intense emotional experience in the theatre and that's great. While I definitely felt the emotions during the show, I'm going to be thinking about this show for years and I think others will as well. I only wish I had a chance to see this one again! Out of 100+ submissions for folks who wanted to be considered for the award I was giving out, this show moved to the top of the list based mostly on the line from the script it included in it's marketing materials. "He's the victim, Nick, and I'm the drunk girl." Particularly with the #metoo movement, people make really strange (and often ineffective) choices when they talk about rape and sexual violence- it's like there's no attention paid ... full review
BRUCE PINER certified reviewer June 25, 2018
tagged as: excellent · a petit-regal · A GEM.
THIS IS A GEM. The actors bring you into their world and keep your attention the entire time they are on stage. Actors are perfect. Dance moves while "naked" rated EXCELLENT!!! The characters continued to change, evolve, mature, etc., as the story unfolded at the end. Totally satisfying (BUT QUITE A BIT TOO BRIEF) petit-regal OF A PLAY. ... full review

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