DEAR YOKO

Critics

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100 %

Reviews: 3

Audience

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Reviews: 0

DEAR YOKO is a highly charged, hilarious yet deeply revealing one-woman show that interweaves the lives of Asian-American actress/playwright Anzu Lawson & her late tiger mother Keiko with the legendary yet misunderstood life of Yoko Ono… as they navigate xenophobia, self-worth, and identity through multiple eras.

Reviews

Bob Rich - Tolucan Times

Anzu Lawson concludes her excellent one-woman show, Dear Yoko, by performing the classic Beatles song “All You Need is Love.” By the time we reach the end of her production, she has reminded us of the importance of loving ourselves and everyone else, including those who unfairly judged us, and those who withheld their love from us...

I recommend this witty, redemptive production.

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Solidly written by Lawson and Joerg Stoeffel, Dear Yoko is both moving and entertaining, in addition to being a superb showcase for Lawson’s talents. And there is a great deal worthy of showcasing.

sweet - Ernest Kearney- The TVolution - ...read full review


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Jessica Lynn Johnson developed and directed this show as a highly informative and very tight production. The audience takes part as that every lovin’ fly on the wall(s), while Anzu captures the spirit and aura of Yoko, down to mimicking her through her words and actions.

sweet - Rich Borowy - Accessibly Live Off-Line - ...read full review


Bob Rich - Tolucan Times

Anzu Lawson concludes her excellent one-woman show, Dear Yoko, by performing the classic Beatles song “All You Need is Love.” By the time we reach the end of her production, she has reminded us of the importance of loving ourselves and everyone else, including those who unfairly judged us, and those who withheld their love from us...

I recommend this witty, redemptive production.

sweet - Bob Rich - Tolucan Times - ...read full review


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Solidly written by Lawson and Joerg Stoeffel, Dear Yoko is both moving and entertaining, in addition to being a superb showcase for Lawson’s talents. And there is a great deal worthy of showcasing.

sweet - Ernest Kearney- The TVolution - ...read full review


Avatar

Jessica Lynn Johnson developed and directed this show as a highly informative and very tight production. The audience takes part as that every lovin’ fly on the wall(s), while Anzu captures the spirit and aura of Yoko, down to mimicking her through her words and actions.

sweet - Rich Borowy - Accessibly Live Off-Line - ...read full review