Publicist: Soo Chyun

Jun

The Women of Lockerbie

What a beautiful story, and performance! The Women of Lockerbie tastefully uses a real-life tragedy as a backdrop to tell a fictional, yet a truly human story about loss and how we wish to preserve the lives of our loved ones. I found myself relating to the pain of the main character as a mother who also has a son of a similar age, which was only complemented by the effective acting on display. Likewise, I'm sure that many audiences can find themselves connecting to this story in a similar way. This is a very different story that I would've never thought to be this touching. I really love the soft, vibrant look of the play created by the projection onstage, in contrast to the almost tragic violence shown throughout the story. I found that beyond the visual appeal, this touch helped solidify the somber tone the story wanted to convey. The director really took many liberties when crafting this story and I wish to congratulate his efforts along with the cast and crew who worked on this show.

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Jun

The Women of Lockerbie

What a beautiful story, and performance! The Women of Lockerbie tastefully uses a real-life tragedy as a backdrop to tell a fictional, yet a truly human story about loss and how we wish to preserve the lives of our loved ones. I found myself relating to the pain of the main character as a mother who also has a son of a similar age, which was only complemented by the effective acting on display. Likewise, I'm sure that many audiences can find themselves connecting to this story in a similar way. This is a very different story that I would've never thought to be this touching. I really love the soft, vibrant look of the play created by the projection onstage, in contrast to the almost tragic violence shown throughout the story. I found that beyond the visual appeal, this touch helped solidify the somber tone the story wanted to convey. The director really took many liberties when crafting this story and I wish to congratulate his efforts along with the cast and crew who worked on this show.

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Jun

We Are Traffic - A Solo Rideshare Adventure

What an amazing solo performance! Jonathan Tipton Meyers is a gifted storyteller who at first brings you to a seemingly normal conversation to spellbinding intimacy once he explores his personal story. The first half was very light and funny as he leads you to his starting days as a Lyft driver and his experience with familiar LA culture. The next half gets more intense and you are progressively drawn into his despair. My engagement with the final act was so deep that I couldn't snap out of it for the rest of the run.

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Jun

The Oz Monologues

Imaginative, beautiful and bold. The beautiful graphics of the video projection and the immaculately detailed costumes did a great job of taking me back to the land of Oz again. The characters felt familiar and the structure of the show immediately soaked me into their perspective. It was easy to get immersed in the world provided in the play.

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Jun

Balls' ON

In our lives, it is a rare and lucky occasion to meet a friend who will hold your hand when you're in need. Balls'on gave me that warm and fuzzy feeling knowing about the director and the unfortunate time of his passing, and Katt who chose to continue where he left off. As an immigrant myself, I also went through a culture shock and connected with her story as an Asian-American woman. The play takes on a very vulgar, entertaining tone augmented by Katt's fantastic acting ability which engaged the audience throughout. What a truly outstanding solo performance. This is among the top of the Fringe shows I've seen and I'd recommend to everyone. (Well, age 18+ of course.)

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May

White People Drinking - The Controversial Comedy

Another brilliant play written by Daniel Sugimoto! White People Drinking got me hooked on its thought-provoking, witty, and delightful story and setting. The play immerses you into its setting by giving the audience the tables as the actors in the play where you can also order to get drinks. Aspects of the play are very charming and unique in this fashion and I recommend others to take part in it.

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