Audience: Laura Gold

Mar

The Book That Won't Close: Confessions of a Love Addict

Show with a lot of heart. Easy to care about TL and the struggles she’s had. Held my interest throughout. Informative and entertaining.

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Mar

Surviving 'Mn Nice' and Becoming Brave AF!

Enjoyed the show. Good acting and directing. Felt involved from the beginning. Entertaining, revealing and good food for thought.

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Sep

Wake Up Little Susy

I enjoyed taking Susy’s journey of self discovery and acceptance. Her characters, real and personified, were believable and multi-layered. Susy’s struggle with her good girl image as well as with her faith, provided food for thought and delicious entertainment.

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Sep

Embrace Love Free

Justin’s solo show was full of characters, real and imagined. Played close to perfection, especially the personified roles. But the real accolade must go to the authenticity of the experience Justin led us through. I felt his struggle and watched his ability to take a scary diagnosis and deal with it with equanimity and love. It was somehow a comfort. Also, loved the drums!

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Jun

The Brick: A One Man Musical

This is a one man show with story and songs. It's personal and touching. It's also humorous at times. By the end of the 55 minutes I had the feeling that I was really allowed a window into the soul of a man that I felt was worthy of knowing and caring about. I went on a journey with Bill and was rewarded in spades.

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