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ensemble theatre · gnomad theater company · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 03, 2018
Timely subject acted out by very talented individuals! For a first workshop, well done.... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer July 03, 2018
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 25, 2018
tagged as: drama · tragedy
Really enjoyed the acting and the writing!... full review
TINKS LOVELACE June 19, 2018
BIG topics and themes discussed in this piece! I congratulate the writers and creative team on attempting it all! Bravo! A strong first play!! Make more work! ... full review
An intelligent drama that cleverly ties in all aspects of the word pervert in political and personal contexts.... full review
CHRISTOPHER SULLIVAN certified reviewer June 10, 2018
This was great! Excellent performances and a twisty story.... full review
SOO CHYUN June 10, 2018
tagged as: political · family
I'm so glad that I was invited to see this play as I thoroughly enjoyed almost every element of it. I absolutely love the cast as each one of them had their own important role in the plot while being driven by realistic goals. The three actors never felt forced into showing this serving their character's intent brilliantly. As an old East Asian saying says: if you cannot rule the family, you cannot rule the nation. This play shows the danger of having emotionally distant people as powerful leaders especially when they are unable to understand familial value or companionship. This play conveys how a thirst for power can corrupt a relationship, family, and brotherhood through a really entertaining story.... full review
DREW PETRIELLO June 11, 2018
A fascinating character drama about politics - not necessarily the issues, but about the system itself and what people will do for power. Very moving, I was engaged the whole time and felt so, so bad for poor Colt,... full review
EILEEN WEINER certified reviewer June 11, 2018
Since June is Gay Pride month, this play took me completely by surprise. I expected it to be pretty kinky, but in terms of the perversion of justice, it hit the political nail right on the head. It brought to mind the recent Senate race in Alabama, where Republican Roy Moore lost to a Democrat due in part to his dalliances with underaged girls. It also brought to mind Ted Kennedy's tragic auto accident at Chappaquiddick in 1969, which many play goers may be too young to remember. The acting was excellent, and the script, tight. One had to blink twice to remember he was watching Robert Watkins portraying Titus Freeman, a Democratic candidate for Senate, and not watching a young Barack Obama. With the 2018 elections right around the corne... full review

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