(hit ctrl+c to copy)


dmr productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America

Buy Tickets Add to Favorites Add Your Review


June 24, 2018

What I liked

The production does not rely on too many props or grand gestures or different settings. It is simple and the director and actor were able to simply move audiences with the writing and acting. It feels so real and grounded and I think that’s what I loved the most. I also didn’t know what to expect and couldn’t predict where it was going which was great. This is a really really well written piece and I am looking forward to watching it again!!!

What I didn't like


My overall impression

I loved this show! It was so well-written and directed. I was very hooked from the beginning till the end and didn’t know what to expect. The actors made the whole experience so real to me. At no point did it feel like this was play. I was 100 percent engaged, surprised and moved by what happens, transported to another place and time and at the edge of my seat.

Was this review helpful? yes · no


From the Justice for Janitors Campaign in the 90s to End Rape on the Night Shift in 2016, YA BASTA: TIME’S BEEN UP tells the story of immigrant janitor’s fight to end rape on the night shift while resisting to no longer be invisible in the workplace.

How To Be A Rock Star

Sam Pocker teaches you how to become a rock star using commonly found household items. 18+, no experience required.