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American Conspiracy

ensemble theatre · cyanide theatre · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by MATTHEW MARTIN

June 27, 2018 certified reviewer

What I liked

Ugh….. Everything!!!

What I didn't like

Nada.

My overall impression

Wow!
What an achievement! This show brings you in from the opening speech, given by one of the actors in character!
From the first 5min you have an idea of what you’re about to see. 15min later you are on the edge of your seat and stay that way until the curtain falls!
The work that Schwartz and Ritchey do with this material is incredible. They have brought to Fringe a story that is so connected with who we are as a society and where we’ve come. It’s just breathtaking to watch everyone on stage bring this story to life.
From the diner to the office these actors don’t miss a beat and will carry you over the finish line with incredible ease!
This is one play at Fringe that truly everyone should see! If not just for the sheer historical factor, but for all the elements involved. One of the best ensemble pieces I’ve seen at Fringe in a while. Bravo!

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