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"Throughout the piece, Ms. Corman embodies the characters in her narrative, including her children, friends, therapists, and an Angel who gets her to completely own the situation...The production at the DR2 Theatre has just the right space to give an intimate feel. It is almost like Ms. Corman is in her living room having an inner monologue...After listening to her truth and trying to understand her dilemma, I came away with a sort of empathy for the situation." Full Review
“A romantic comedy about dating and love in the 21st century...The cast moves effortlessly amid the scenes with some impressive vocal stylings...The telling of Henry's story is clichéd at times...but thanks to the authenticity of the actors' portrayals, it's easy to invest in the story...’The Evolution of Mann’ has a lot of potential and is a great date musical...Any adult could relate to the heart of this show. It's a witty how-to for establishing lasting relationships.” Full Review
"A labor of love from the true friendship and life experiences of Steve Rosen and David Rossmer...The score, written by Mr. Rossmer and Mr. Rosen, contains some very clever lyrics and catchy melodies. Having all the actors double up on instruments makes it even better...The show is fun, lively and kept a smile on my face the whole time...This is quite an undertaking and deserves to be seen and experienced...A remarkable night of theatre." Full Review
"'Rock and Roll Refugee' is a very gritty musical with an inspiring story...Ms. Renyan’s story is a truly sad, yet inspiring account of survival and triumph…As Genuysha, Ms. Dideriksen gives a very powerful, uninhibited performance…As the book writer and director, Chris Henry kept the action moving in a seamless way. The material never seemed to get bogged down by clichés…I truly hope 'Rock and Roll Refugee' will have another life after this limited run." Full Review