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Double Feature: The Original English & Murderfuck

flyover productions · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 30 mins · United States of America

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MORGAN D certified reviewer June 12, 2019
tagged as: short · enjoyable · Feminist · edgy · funny
Two brilliantly written plays. Although short, they pack a big punch. I laughed out loud. The playwrights created two dynamic worlds that immediately drew me in and left me wanting more. ... full review
ARACELY ROSS certified reviewer June 18, 2019
My overall impression of both "The Original English" and "Murderfuck" was that the stories were witty, comical, well developed, and original in both their themes and in their presentation. You get a lot of story in a short amount of time.... full review
MATTEO GHIDONI certified reviewer June 09, 2019
tagged as: Silvia Bottini · actors · Italy
I loved it, especially the Original English. Intelligent, subtle and fun.... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER encore judge certified reviewer June 20, 2019
Both shows smartly written and a lot of fun with a surprising amount of deeper, hidden meaning that reaches more than just the surface level of a good time.... full review
JOLA CORA certified reviewer June 23, 2019
Funny and enjoyable... full review
TOMMASO BODDI certified reviewer June 15, 2019
Very creative and fun! We laughed out loud and enjoyed every minute. Everyone should go see the double feature. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2019
tagged as: silly · ribald · bonkers · witty
gimme more. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2019
I laughed from start to finish. Both plays were well written and brilliantly acted.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer July 08, 2019
I loved this show!... full review
CJ HOKE certified reviewer June 27, 2019
Writers Nate Myers and Thomas Dolan-Gavitt have put together a truly dark and hilarious half-hour of theater! It plumbs the depth of human experience and asks how we best serve our communities - recognizing that sometimes, that service comes in roundabout ways, and sometimes, at the sacrifice of our own ideals. ... full review