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The Lights Are Off

theatre · the working theatre · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States

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June 24, 2012 certified reviewer

My overall impression

Being in uni right now, this play was very relevant and pretty accurate according the characters that you might find in a college kid’s dorm. The intensity and honesty of each actor was spot on. The message of this play was surreal and bold. I really enjoyed how the space was used and the dedication of the designers, directors and actors following through with the playwriting and vision.

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