House: West Coast Premiere of Daniel MacIvor's One-Man Comedy
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The last date listed for House was Saturday September 1, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Family isn't just the most important thing in life -- it's everything. This powerful play follows the struggles of a family trying to hold on through the teenage years of the two children, a typical daughter and a severely autistic son. Eighteen-year-old Josh throws everything out of balance on a normal day. When a relative comes to visit, everyone loses equilibrium completely as they each try to do what's best for the family while still pursuing what's best for themselves. Learn More
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Featured review from Harold Shabo
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A riveting performance that had me on the edge of my seat. And the writing is excellent. I took my friend and her 11 year old daughter. Although she may not have understood all of the monologue, she was laughing out loud and still talking about how much she enjoyed the play two days later.
As an adult who has seen mental illness up close, the play was poignant. What on the surface was "funny", was in fact truly sad. We are not told where the play acutally takes place but the hints are quite clear. See if you can figure it out.
Unfortunately on the night I attended, there was a sparse audience. The perforrmance and the play should have been a full house and certainly rates major venues across the country.