Good Fishermen Know A Lot About Sex

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Reviews: 3

Audience

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To try to heal from a tragic event that occurred in the previous year, a recovering family of four spring for a therapeutic Hawaiian vacation. For Ally, the trip is an opportunity to foster a more "normal" relationship with her family again. Of course what family is actually ever normal, especially when trapped on a fishing boat together for several hours? Through high hopes and low tides, Ally and her family learn about the cycle of life, how sex and fishing are intimately connected, and that even when faced with the most difficult of circumstances, life does go on.

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Anyone touched by addiction is sure to find comfort and understanding in this fine play. Highly recommended.

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


Mike Reyes - Mike Check

Good Fishermen Know A Lot About Sex is a musically driven family drama that does a good job exploring the struggles of a family's encounter with addiction, coupled with an extremely worthy cause of donating all proceeds to inner-city artistic programs and sober living communities.

sweet-sour - Mike Reyes - Mike Check - ...read full review


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The emotional root of the play — the family’s pain and desire to push through an extremely difficult time — is clear overall but becomes muddled by poor execution.

sweet-sour - Nikki Munoz - Stage Raw - ...read full review


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Anyone touched by addiction is sure to find comfort and understanding in this fine play. Highly recommended.

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


Mike Reyes - Mike Check

Good Fishermen Know A Lot About Sex is a musically driven family drama that does a good job exploring the struggles of a family's encounter with addiction, coupled with an extremely worthy cause of donating all proceeds to inner-city artistic programs and sober living communities.

sweet-sour - Mike Reyes - Mike Check - ...read full review


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The emotional root of the play — the family’s pain and desire to push through an extremely difficult time — is clear overall but becomes muddled by poor execution.

sweet-sour - Nikki Munoz - Stage Raw - ...read full review