Temple Tantrum

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 1

Nicole Steinwedell takes us on a no-holds barred, rock-your-world adventure through her life in and out of a cult as she discovers what it truly means to be free.

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The show was everything the good solo theater should be. Entertaining, honest, educational, emotional …a real journey. Masterfully directed and beautifully acted, it would be impossible not to fall in love with Nicole, even as she struggles to fall in love with her self. It was a ride that I didn’t want to get off of and got to such a place of honesty that The themes really came through and felt universal

sweet - April Wish


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Kimleigh Smith has directed a very interesting story of survival from a cult that led to freedom for Nicole Steinwedell. The show felt like Steinwedell was the poster child for ADHD, as she told her story in short bursts of non-stop energy. Thank goodness she summarized it all during the final 10 minutes, because it was hard to keep up as she hopped from event to event in a truly non-linear approach. She definitely kept her sold-out house intrigued and engaged, and for that alone she should be praised. See it for yourself and you’ll know what we mean. Thanks for shedding light on this important story of triumph over emotional abuse.

sweet - Bob Leggett - LA Music Critic - ...read full review


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Director Kimleigh Smith has done an exceptional job of guiding Steinwedell through the torrents of her pain and personal history into a performance that is as honest and intoxicating as her story is riveting.

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


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Kimleigh Smith has directed a very interesting story of survival from a cult that led to freedom for Nicole Steinwedell. The show felt like Steinwedell was the poster child for ADHD, as she told her story in short bursts of non-stop energy. Thank goodness she summarized it all during the final 10 minutes, because it was hard to keep up as she hopped from event to event in a truly non-linear approach. She definitely kept her sold-out house intrigued and engaged, and for that alone she should be praised. See it for yourself and you’ll know what we mean. Thanks for shedding light on this important story of triumph over emotional abuse.

sweet - Bob Leggett - LA Music Critic - ...read full review


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Director Kimleigh Smith has done an exceptional job of guiding Steinwedell through the torrents of her pain and personal history into a performance that is as honest and intoxicating as her story is riveting.

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


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The show was everything the good solo theater should be. Entertaining, honest, educational, emotional …a real journey. Masterfully directed and beautifully acted, it would be impossible not to fall in love with Nicole, even as she struggles to fall in love with her self. It was a ride that I didn’t want to get off of and got to such a place of honesty that The themes really came through and felt universal

sweet - April Wish