Fire & Light

Critics

LemonMeter

100 %

Reviews: 5

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

If you missed the critically acclaimed “Firelight” you now have a chance to get a taste of “Fire” & "Light.” Two 20min tales of love and loss, touching on our past, present and future. Join us on this adventure into the unknown. Come find us at these two venues during the Hollywood Fringe Festival – “Fire” at Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre and “Light” at The Annex at the Underground.

Reviews

These shows, which are part of The Firelight Collective and are created and directed by Stephanie Feury and Nathan Keyes, were beautifully tragic and left me with tears in my eyes.

sweet - Shannon McGrew - ...read full review


The performers all deserve recognition for their unflinching commitment to their roles. Although the text is poetic, so much was said in their silences. And for intimate theatre like this, there's no hiding.

sweet - Ashley Steed - ...read full review


Through movement and text they articulate the weight of memory, the feeling of each moment passing by as that weight increases. Even the best moments of your life take on an added tang of bittersweet when reexamined as memory, because you know how the story ends.

sweet - Chris Wollman - ...read full review


At times funny, at times sad, the beauty here is a cast able to convey the passage of time and the long-term shifting of emotions with a single sentence, gesture, or glance. This is ensemble work at its finest.

sweet - Mike and Brian (My Haunt Life) - ...read full review


This show felt like I was walking into a Terrence Malick Film, except this was better. The immersive experience fills in the blanks and the powerful visuals are seared into your mind.

sweet - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - Podcast - ...read full review


These shows, which are part of The Firelight Collective and are created and directed by Stephanie Feury and Nathan Keyes, were beautifully tragic and left me with tears in my eyes.

sweet - Shannon McGrew - ...read full review


The performers all deserve recognition for their unflinching commitment to their roles. Although the text is poetic, so much was said in their silences. And for intimate theatre like this, there's no hiding.

sweet - Ashley Steed - ...read full review


Through movement and text they articulate the weight of memory, the feeling of each moment passing by as that weight increases. Even the best moments of your life take on an added tang of bittersweet when reexamined as memory, because you know how the story ends.

sweet - Chris Wollman - ...read full review


At times funny, at times sad, the beauty here is a cast able to convey the passage of time and the long-term shifting of emotions with a single sentence, gesture, or glance. This is ensemble work at its finest.

sweet - Mike and Brian (My Haunt Life) - ...read full review


This show felt like I was walking into a Terrence Malick Film, except this was better. The immersive experience fills in the blanks and the powerful visuals are seared into your mind.

sweet - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - Podcast - ...read full review