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"Monday Morning" and "Cheese & Things"

ensemble theatre · denver hamlet · Ages 16+ · United States of America

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RHODA PELL certified reviewer June 09, 2018
Delightful combination starting feminine then very masculine... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 05, 2018
I thought Monday Morning was a brilliant take on modern racism and its transparency in the college football world. A hushed topic good ole boys would rather not talk about brought into a realistic scenario. The writer seemed to have done his share of research and I felt the actors did justice in bringing the script to life. Cheese & Things was a delightful opening... Giving you a hilarious peek at a conversation between two women having some real, albeit funny, talk. ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 04, 2018
Very well done. The opening comedy was very funny with rapid fire jokes that kept you laughing from start to finish. Monday Morning was a perfect bookend as it artfully elevated the very heavy issues of violence, racism, and broken friendships. I left the theater thoroughly satisfied having seen two extraordinarily well executed plays. Recommend this to everyone, both shows need to be seen by a much wider audience. ... full review
SEAN WILLIAMS certified reviewer June 16, 2018
Well written with excellent performances!... full review
TRAVIS LAUGHLIN June 17, 2018
A great theater experience! ... full review
DANIEL FAIGIN certified reviewer June 24, 2018
I think this combination of appetizer and main dish is well worth seeing. Cheese & Things is quite funny, and Monday Morning is quite spectacular and topical. They represent — in a more traditional one-act play sense — the best of what Fringe could be. Full writeup at https://cahighways.org/wordpress/?p=14459... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 23, 2018
Less like plays and more like ideological debates, both were engaging enough to stay attentive, but left me craving more high stakes drama.... full review

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