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Rated by 4 members
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Review from No name
Red Velvet 157 events 126 reviews

A strange but enjoyable 2 hours. Sam Jackson as Olga was mesmerizing and Amanda Farbstein as Natasha really drew you in with her frenetic energy. I'm not sure why we had to watch footage of the recent fires and of buildings being destroyed. It...continued

reviewed Apr 14 2019 report as inappropriate
AJS
Review from AJS
11 events 7 reviews

A very memorable but odd show. The performances by all three sisters and Natasha were mesmerizing but the structure of the piece felt disjointed. I don’t know if I would see it again but I can’t stop thinking about it.

reviewed Apr 28 2019 report as inappropriate
Myles Garcia
Review from Myles Garcia
10 events 5 reviews

A wild, crazy, all-over-the-place retelling of Chekov's THREE SISTERS. Nice music and innovative staging. Not for purists looking for traditional staging.

reviewed Apr 21 2019 report as inappropriate
dceizler
Review from dceizler
11 events 3 reviews

Given the play's title, one might think this would be a comedy. One would be wrong. It is a "post modern" take on a classic, depressive Russian play. Disjointed at times. The actors did a fine job, but the play was meh at best.

reviewed Apr 27 2019 report as inappropriate