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ensemble theatre · cluster b · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by MJ G

June 04, 2018
IMPORTANT NOTE: We cannot certify this reviewer attended a performances of this show because no ticket was purchased through this website or the producer has not verified they attended.

What I liked

The acting was UNREAL! Out of all the shows in the fringe festival, this one definitely deserves some special acknowledgment. Each actor really let themselves go in their characters, and it was like they were truly reliving the moment as if it had really happened to them. Their understanding and depth of emotion is more than award-worthy…. These are what I would consider to be the EPITOME of what being a true ARTIST is all about <3 Bravo!

What I didn't like

For opening night, I can only say Great Job! You got through the hardest hurdle, and I know it will only get better and better with each show. Definitely worth going out to see them!

My overall impression

Unbelievably powerful!!! A heart-wrenching well-captured portrayal of what is often a very private and lonely event for both desiring moms & dads-to-be. I was literally moved to laughter and tears throughout the play. Just so real and honest about the difficulties some couples face, and how they either let it make/break them. I applaud the writer for writing such realism into this story and for allowing us as the audience to share and understand what others must be going through in regards to the unforeseen events of Loss. And massive standing OVATION to the actors and director who brought such a beautiful sensitivity and rawness to this play. Simply a powerful play to experience.

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