Pizza Man

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Reviews: 2

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Reviews: 0

Alice and Julie are frustrated 20somethings, sharing an apartment in Los Angeles. They're frustrated personally, professionally and sexually. Julie does not seem able to hold either a job nor a man for an extended length of time. Alice has been in a dead-end relationship with a married man who she cannot seem to live without. Both women, tired of being harassed by men in every way, decide to hatch a scheme intended to reverse their power dynamic. Julie decides to drink herself into oblivion whilst Alice turns to food to squash her emotions. With too much alcohol and an empty fridge, they decide to order a delivery and find a man to fulfill their needs. When the “Pizza Man” arrives at their door, it seems their prayers were answered…. Or at least, that's what they thought. What lies ahead, none of them ever could have imagined. Written by Darlene Craviotto. Directed by Natalie Sutherland. Starring Jazz Raycole, Teri Andrez, Christian Gehring.

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"The issue remains, however, that writing is the foundation of a theatrical production; if a script is poorly executed, there is only so much that acting, direction, and set decorations can do to elevate it. It is a regrettable phenomenon that this play keeps getting produced, but maybe the future will bring a somehow dark and poignant rendition that delivers on its promise."

sour - Angie Hoover - Stage Raw - ...read full review


"The three players in this production are very amusing... Natalie Sutherland directs this show experienced as a blend of a stage comedy with dramatic interludes, or as a drama with comedy relief thrown in."

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


"The issue remains, however, that writing is the foundation of a theatrical production; if a script is poorly executed, there is only so much that acting, direction, and set decorations can do to elevate it. It is a regrettable phenomenon that this play keeps getting produced, but maybe the future will bring a somehow dark and poignant rendition that delivers on its promise."

sour - Angie Hoover - Stage Raw - ...read full review


"The three players in this production are very amusing... Natalie Sutherland directs this show experienced as a blend of a stage comedy with dramatic interludes, or as a drama with comedy relief thrown in."

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