Suspended - Hot Tragic Dead Thing

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

A world premiere play written by Ashley Rose Wellman and directed by Christopher James Raymond. Two teenagers form an unlikely bond as their budding attraction and obsession to leave a mark on the world lead them to a dark, dangerous place.

Friday, March 13th - DARK
Saturday, March 14th - DARK
Friday, March 20th - DARK
Saturday, March 21st - DARK
Friday, March 27th - 8pm
Saturday, March 28th - 8pm
Thursday, April 2nd - 8pm
Friday, April 3rd - 8pm
Saturday, April 4th - 8pm
Thursday, April 9th - 8pm  [ADDED PERF]
Friday, April 10th - 8pm  [ADDED PERF]
Saturday, April 11th - 8pm  [ADDED PERF]

Reviews

Each cast member is stellar and convincing throughout. The two leads, DeParis and Campbell, are especially notable in their vibrant performances. The pair emit a palpable tension in their scenes together, one that is both complex and compelling. Bekah’s visceral pain is arrestingly expressed by DeParis with care and precision. Miles’s trajectory feels natural and is wholly believable throughout Campbell’s meticulous performance.

Raymond’s direction is adept and organic. The buildup of Bekah’s and Miles’s relationship, one that develops from awkward to fiercely intimate, is manifest in the staging.

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


Christopher James Raymond directs, eliciting strong performances from all the cast, and serving the writer perfectly. The largely naturalistic set, by Aaron Francis, makes good use of Blank’s two levels and allows for interesting depiction of online trolling.

Recommended

sweet - Guy Picot - Gia on the Move - ...read full review


Each cast member is stellar and convincing throughout. The two leads, DeParis and Campbell, are especially notable in their vibrant performances. The pair emit a palpable tension in their scenes together, one that is both complex and compelling. Bekah’s visceral pain is arrestingly expressed by DeParis with care and precision. Miles’s trajectory feels natural and is wholly believable throughout Campbell’s meticulous performance.

Raymond’s direction is adept and organic. The buildup of Bekah’s and Miles’s relationship, one that develops from awkward to fiercely intimate, is manifest in the staging.

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


Christopher James Raymond directs, eliciting strong performances from all the cast, and serving the writer perfectly. The largely naturalistic set, by Aaron Francis, makes good use of Blank’s two levels and allows for interesting depiction of online trolling.

Recommended

sweet - Guy Picot - Gia on the Move - ...read full review