Stop Kiss: An Unexpected Love Transforms Two Lives
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The last date listed for Stop Kiss was Sunday December 18, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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I went to this on the recommendation of a friend. I have never written a comment on a website or a review in my life. This was such an extraordinary production, I have to shout it from the roof tops, in support of small theatre. The creativity in every aspect of this show is stunning, from the set to the sound and music, direction and acting! It was a rollercoaster ride. Over before I knew what hit me. I was so moved I walked to my car and cried. Go see this play !! I promise you will enjoy it!!!!
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Honest, heartfelt, and creatively delivered is how I would describe my experience Friday night after being captivated by the performance, "Stop Kiss." I really did not feel as though I was even watching a performance, rather I was peering into a...continued
Set in New York, Stop Kiss tells the story of a new friendship between Callie and Sara that over time turns into something more, with unexpected and tragic consequences. Described by the _New York Times _as “a sweet, sad and enchantingly sincere play,” the play and its six characters grapple with issues of violence, friendship, identity and love.
Stop Kiss won the GLAAD Media Award for Best New York Production and was on the Top 10 Plays lists of the New York Times, New York Newsday, the New York Daily News. Cast includes Kelly Hill, Emma Jacobson-Sive, Keith Ewell, Connor Barrett, Lisa Goodman and Cliff Weissman. Directed by Ken Barnett & Larry Biederman. Produced by Ginger Perkins. Recommended for ages 14 and older.