Raymond Helkio

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Reviews (4)
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The Reading Salon

“On the surface, ‘Consumption’ is a drama about love and loss but it also highlights how the desire to be loved can blind us to the realities of those we love...The complexity of the human condition is explored throughout the night as we shift between rooms...At times, the subtle sound effects mixed with cabaret-circus style music made me feel like I had walked onto the set of ‘The Shining’...The experience isn’t scary but it will envelop you from the moment you walk in the front door.” Full Review

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The Reading Salon

"'Tea In The Afternoon' unfolds into a story about fantasy, money, misunderstanding, and above all, truth-seeking. But if you have ever cared for an aging loved one then you know that just because it’s true one minute does not mean it will be in the next. especially for the caregiver." Full Review

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The Reading Salon

"'I Will Look Forward To This Later' is rich with beautiful writing and the staging was much like William Burroughs’ 'A Naked Lunch' in that it blended fantasy and reality into one intelligent and provocative package with just enough risk taking to keep me at the edge of my seat." Full Review

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The Reading Salon

"The theatrical experience was second only to Silvia Calderoni’s raw and risky performance....The use of the hand-held camera was both provocative and intimate but at times it created a wall making it harder to empathize during some of the more intimate moments...A beautiful and profoundly moving story...The experience was intellectually challenging with many moments that moved me to tears." Full Review