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Stand Down the March

ensemble theatre · naomi brodkin & matt pacult · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by anonymous

June 04, 2018

What I liked

I paritcularly enjoyed the dialogue; it was smart, realistic, and didn’t drag. I felt the structure of the play was well done and for the most part, the characters were very well fleshed out. The actors did a good job tapping into their specific roles and milking the funnier moments.

What I didn't like

The character of Liv could use some more work. At times it wasn’t clear what her motives were/what her goal was besides wanting something to be “her thing”.

My overall impression

A well done play on an interesting and thought-provoking subject. The dialogue was well written, funny, and made the actors believable as college students. The play skillfully tackled the topic of Nazi supporters and asked meaningful questions about what it means to be an activist, especially as a young 20 something. Overall, the play held my interest the entire time and left me with something to think about.

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