Moe Bertran Stars in Hit Solo Show Love Scenes at Empire Stage
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The last date listed for Love Scenes was Sunday July 1, 2012 / 5:00pm.
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Following up their 10-minute play collection Fifty Plus -- A Celebration of Life ... As We Know It, Pigs Do Fly Productions now debuts six more shorts, under the title A New Attitude. The theater company's mission is to produce plays that showcase actors ages 50 and older, with stories that depict them being fully involved and full of life. They've chosen this particular mix of comedies and dramas based on that criteria, as well as their general relatability, so all ages can enjoy these exciting new works. Learn More
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Moe was excellent in this performance. Very credible and all 6 scenes in one breath, it takes a lot of courage. Thanks you for letting em be part of this success. My only concern is the theater. I was in the back of the theater and NO AIR AT ALL...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“It’s a laugh-a-minute gallop through all sorts of gay relationships, each one getting its own monologue. To be sure, poignant points are scored, but it’s the zingers that linger.” -Miami Herald Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/06/14/2847577/love-scenes-comedy-worth-the-wait.html#storylink=cpy" -Miami Herald
“Bertran rips up the stage in the raw, real, controlled fury of Pumo’s Love Scenes_.” –QX London _
“A mesmerizing tour de force full of black humor, action and raw emotion.” –_BeyondChron.org _
“He’s eye candy, and he’ll break your heart if you listen to him.” –Next_, NY
“It’s vivid, touching, and infused with humor and insight: It’s superb.” -NYTheatre.com _
“A well-honed piece of unexpected emotional depths and sharp humor.” -_SF Bay Area Reporter _
This show contains some nudity.
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