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A Time Traveler's Guide to the Present

solo performance · park & ride theatre company · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · 50 mins · United States of America

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BRETT MOORE certified reviewer June 17, 2019
This is one of the most inventive and exceptional solo shows I've seen at Fringe, regardless of year. The story is compelling, and Harvey's mastery of body language and voice allows him to play at least a dozen different roles, and he masterfully complements his story with his guitar loops without losing the attention of the audience in any one of his shifts. This is one of the most compelling shows I've seen this year, and you need to be RUNNING to the next performance of this show. There should not be an empty seat in his house.... full review
DAVID NAKAMOTO certified reviewer June 17, 2019
A tour-de-force, albeit brief, exploration of what can drive one's psyche, told within a loose framework of Science Fiction, but that's only the impulse to launch into a story of how one man's past influences his present, and possibly his future. Full of deep insights and humor, drama and whimsy. And all done by one performer. If you like your fiction done as a short story, concise, dense, but not overwhelming, then come on a wonderful trip !... full review
JAMES FERRERO certified reviewer June 20, 2019
tagged as: family · Love · stars · matter · dark · science · present · guide · traveler · time
Doug Harvey takes you on a trip through time and space but never leaves you behind. Part science, part comedy, but at the root of it all is heart. The love we have for others, the emotional struggle of memories, and the need to survive help make this piece so much more. One of the best solo pieces you'll see at Fringe this year.... full review
SAM PASTERNACK certified reviewer June 20, 2019
Doug Harvey's stellar and interstellar performance is a highlight of the festival. What a journey, and what a tour-de-force by Harvey.... full review
JOHN PATRICK DALY certified reviewer June 25, 2019
Touching, exciting, emotional, exceptionally acted and written, this show takes you through the journey of time, love, and life itself. I cannot recommend this show enough. ... full review
JOE LUIS CEDILLO certified reviewer June 25, 2019
tagged as: thought-provoking · funny · stellar · romantic
One of the jewels of this year's Fringe with an expansive story and live score to satisfy Sci-Fi heads, a stellar performance by an engaging storyteller, and a beautiful reminder that the best of the Sci-Fi genre is not just the imaginative exploration based on scientific truths but a measure of our humanity and heart.... full review
ERIC KRUEGER certified reviewer June 24, 2019
tagged as: one-man · Sci-Fi · time travel · space · comedy · drama · Best Show
This is one of the best pieces of theater I've seen in recent years. Doug Harvey somehow completes the feat of masterfully telling an ambitious story of space, time, love, and the end by single handedly keeping the audience on the edge of their seat. Peering into his creative mind and sharing in his tale reminds me why I love theater - it's a moment of connection you just can't fully explain. Through Jake Elitzer's empathetic and meticulous direction, this show takes you on a wild ride through the cosmos to explore connection and the foundations of the universe. It left me deep in thought and is an experience I shall not soon forget.... full review
MARGAUX SUSI certified reviewer June 24, 2019
Incredible! ... full review
VIVI THAI certified reviewer June 20, 2019
tagged as: space
I was very impressed with this show! Doug Harvey seamlessly switches from one character to another with an ease and simplicity that very few actors can manage. The story captivated, and the message was beautiful. Direction and structure of the story was fantastic. Must be experienced!... full review
GRAYDON SCHLICHTER certified reviewer June 07, 2019
A delightful and well-executed piece. Tightly packed into it's 50 minutes. Skilled performance, and engaging material. I needed to know what happened to the various threads that were touched on over the course of the play. ... full review