LOST IN TIME

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Reviews: 3

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An older man wakes up one morning as his twenty-three year old self, eventually believing he's been given a chance to rectify the mess he's made of his life. But when the man attempts to alter his story by initiating a relationship with the woman he believes to be his wife, their relationship founders badly, and he finds himself in a desperate battle to save his future.

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"Shepard's Robert was energizing and engaging, one of those fun guys to hang with, but not shallow, his sincerity came through whether he was partying or studying or just being there for his friends. Cornelisse's Amy was electrifying, played intuitively by being just a touch louder than the others, with her brassiness and attention-grabbing entrances distracting us, at first, from the vulnerability and heartbreak below the surface. Comartin and Pollock weave their thoughtful truth throughout, and the result is an intriguing and thoroughly enjoyable experience."

sweet - Carol Edger-Germain - Colorado Boulevard - ...read full review


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"Lost in Time puts a wonderful twist on a classic trope. This thought-provoking text is beautifully staged by director Szarabajka and enacted by an incredibly talented ensemble. Cornelisse and Shephard are both electrifying to watch. The former dares and entices with her brassy attitude and bold swagger, yet she's utterly heartbreaking when she lets her guard down. Shephard's versatility is what makes his character come alive. He switches from stoner to scholar, bawdy to bashful, and infuses it all with sincerity. Comartin and Pollock both bring a truthful clarity to their roles; theirs is a story of love, plain and simple — it doesn't need all the dramatics. - RECOMMENDED"

sweet - Lara J. Altunian - Stage Raw - ...read full review


Leigh Kennicott
"This is super-sweet! Danny (Kevin Comartin) is completely disoriented when he wakes up back at school with his rather dippy roommate, Robert (Andy Shephard). He sets out to altar a few key, regrettable incidents in his life, by making different choices. Alas, nothing goes as planned. Director Keith Szarabajka uses few frills, but a cohesive cast of EST/LA actors to tell the astonishing story. Does Danny manage to bring his life back around after turning his future on its head? I'll leave it to your attendance at this can't-miss play to see how all this gets sorted out."

sweet - Leigh Kennicott - Show Mag - ...read full review


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"Shepard's Robert was energizing and engaging, one of those fun guys to hang with, but not shallow, his sincerity came through whether he was partying or studying or just being there for his friends. Cornelisse's Amy was electrifying, played intuitively by being just a touch louder than the others, with her brassiness and attention-grabbing entrances distracting us, at first, from the vulnerability and heartbreak below the surface. Comartin and Pollock weave their thoughtful truth throughout, and the result is an intriguing and thoroughly enjoyable experience."

sweet - Carol Edger-Germain - Colorado Boulevard - ...read full review


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"Lost in Time puts a wonderful twist on a classic trope. This thought-provoking text is beautifully staged by director Szarabajka and enacted by an incredibly talented ensemble. Cornelisse and Shephard are both electrifying to watch. The former dares and entices with her brassy attitude and bold swagger, yet she's utterly heartbreaking when she lets her guard down. Shephard's versatility is what makes his character come alive. He switches from stoner to scholar, bawdy to bashful, and infuses it all with sincerity. Comartin and Pollock both bring a truthful clarity to their roles; theirs is a story of love, plain and simple — it doesn't need all the dramatics. - RECOMMENDED"

sweet - Lara J. Altunian - Stage Raw - ...read full review


Leigh Kennicott
"This is super-sweet! Danny (Kevin Comartin) is completely disoriented when he wakes up back at school with his rather dippy roommate, Robert (Andy Shephard). He sets out to altar a few key, regrettable incidents in his life, by making different choices. Alas, nothing goes as planned. Director Keith Szarabajka uses few frills, but a cohesive cast of EST/LA actors to tell the astonishing story. Does Danny manage to bring his life back around after turning his future on its head? I'll leave it to your attendance at this can't-miss play to see how all this gets sorted out."

sweet - Leigh Kennicott - Show Mag - ...read full review