Dan Sugimoto

A bored billionaire and his wife hold a charade of a dinner party. When their guests arrive, they take their coats and strip away societal constructs, what remains is…all too human. Taken from the website. 

June 22,2018  


Emotional support pandas, group therapy in a porta-potty, and other anxious adventures await. Both hilarious and moving, this story follows a girl with OCD through the struggles and triumphs of treatment, the quirky shenanigans of growing up anxious, and comedic growing pains that accompany meaningful change. Taken from the website. 

June 16 – 24, 2018 

Exceptional Show!!!
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9 Overall
10 Users (1 vote)
Story9
Set & Design9
Entertainment9
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This brilliant show gives us a unique insight into the torment and courage of accepting and overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. It opens up this human condition with grace, humor and candor. Many people hide in the shadows but Jessica puts it in the spotlight.
June 14, 2018, 9:58 pm
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In this immersive, intimate virtual reality theatre experience, audiences peer inside the memories of a recently broken-up couple and attempt to figure out “what went wrong” with their relationship. But nothing is ever quite as easy as it seems, especially when the human mind and heart are involved…

Welcome to Closure Inc., a brand new start-up with an age-old goal: Helping failed couples figure out where their relationship fell apart.

Using high-tech headsets, Closure Inc. employees can “view” the memories of both parties and then create an objectively analytical report of what went wrong. A lack of intimacy? Neediness? Failure to communicate? All of our client’s most crushing personal flaws will be on display, but at the end of the day they will rest easy knowing what exactly tore apart their love. Taken from the website. 

June 15th – June 22,2018 

Good Show!!!
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8.2 Overall
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Story8.5
Set & Design8.5
Entertainment8.5
Acting8
Costumes7.5
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SHATTERED GLASS is a multi-media stage play chronicling the story of a woman named Shairi who disentangles herself from a toxic relationship in order to rediscover, in her words, “the smile of that girl in those pictures they say is me.” Shairi embodies the messages of our time – #timesup, #metoo, #timeisnow, #nomore. Demonstrating the healing power of the arts through spoken word, dramatization, live music, and visual art, SHATTERED GLASS takes its participants on a journey of transcendence, capturing the resilience of the human spirit. With an MC that connects the stage performance with audience participation at key points, you will also begin the process of discovering the power of your voice. Taken from the website.

June 15 – June 23, 2018 

Okay, but it needs work
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6.2 Overall
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Story6
Set & Design5.5
Entertainment5.5
Acting7
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What do King Kong, the Fringe and annoying cellphones have in common? They’re all real important in three comedy scenes from Lloyd J. Schwartz (Brady Bunch, Gilligan’s Island). Taken from the website

June 10 – 23, 2018 

Okay Show
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6.9 Overall
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Story6.5
Set & Design7.5
Entertainment7
Acting7.5
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Six years after Jonathan massacred thirteen students he is giving his first interview. Rachel, an up and coming journalist, is given the opportunity of a lifetime to interview him. When the two meet Rachel discovers that Jonathan is not what the media made him out to be. Starring Jordan Klomp and Gemma Alfaro. Taken from the website

June 10 – June 17, 2018 

Above Average
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7.6 Overall
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Story7.5
Set & Design8
Entertainment8
Acting7.5
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There’s more to strength than meets the eye. For childhood best friends Tiffany and Molly, life’s all about the art, the cheap wine, and the endless string of dead-end jobs on the road to chasing their dreams. Suddenly, an unexpected turn of events reshapes their reality and tests their bond in ways neither of them expects. Together, the two must forge a new path and redefine what it means to be STRONG. Taken from the website.

June 8 – 24, 2018

Average Show
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7.4 Overall
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Story7
Set & Design7.5
Entertainment7
Acting7.5
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Steve Chang takes you on an introspective journey to find meaning in life by means of ayahuasca, hookers, and gay conversion camp. Spoiler alert: it’s a complete waste of time. A stand up comedy / storytelling solo show. Taken from the website. 

June 16 – 22, 2018

Average Show
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7 Overall
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Story7.5
Set & Design7
Entertainment7
Acting7
Costumes6.5
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Helene Alving has spent her life suspended in an emotional void after the death of her cruel but outwardly charming husband. She is determined to escape the ghosts of her past by telling her son, Oswald, the truth about his father. But on his return from his life as a painter in Madrid, Oswald reveals how he has already inherited the legacy of Alving’s dissolute life. Taken from the website

June 8 -16, 2018 

Okay
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6.5 Overall
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Story7
Set & Design5
Entertainment6.5
Acting7
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Everyone knows Paris is the city of romance…or is it? Paris Syndrome, a new comedic play from Emmy nominee Ross Buran (Gay of Thrones), explores love lost and a war on Parisian sensibility.  A year removed from his divorce, a young-ish man decides the only way he can overcome the depressive hole he’s fallen into is to blame all the romance-mongers in Paris and sets off on an international journey of self-rediscovery… Well, sort of. Basically, he just wants to find the lock he and his ex-wife once hung on a Parisian bridge and cut it off. Taken from the website.

June 16 – 24, 2018 

A Great Show
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8.8 Overall
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Story8.5
Set & Design9
Entertainment9
Acting8.5
Costumes9
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