World Premiere of Expecting to Fly: Two-Character Relationship Drama at Elephant Theatre
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The last date listed for Expecting to Fly was Sunday March 25, 2012 / 7:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Sammy GreenRed Velvet
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excellent acting specially Justin Mortelliti.......besides that, the story was weak....i dont underestand why any time we see a gay play or gay movie, most of the characters are weird, alcoholic,confused,hopeless, and here too.A lot of acrobatic movements like two monkeys for nothing....it comes to the points that you think that, " is that gay life like that!!??".....i am sorry , i gave 3 stars only for those two guys with difficult and dangerious acting, thats all
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Oh My! what a downer!Expect to be tortured by constant rolling,
jumping,twitching,falling up & down stairs,climbing of walls,& with plenty of hands,feet & body parts to resemble the cute little monkeys in a zoo. The actors are cute & very good...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Hyman’s dialogue is well-crafted… Scholl makes adventurous use of the intimate space… fearlessly committed work of actors Casey Kringlen and Justin Mortelliti”—Frontiers
“Outstanding performances, ingenious direction, and sensational design.” -Stage Scene LA (recommended)
“The performances are outstanding.” —LA Weeklyand.php#more _
“A taut, convincing, carefully calibrated anatomy of a close yet stormy relationship.”-Back Stage
“Very credible performances in this turbulent and touching love story.” -_Performing Arts LIVE _
_"_The script [is] compelling, and the performance award worthy. Expecting to Fly is a difficult production to encounter, but one that should be experienced nonetheless." -Yahoo Voices
The performance runs 90 minutes with no intermission.