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A Hand Across the Bridge

From 14 member  reviews
Members say: Great acting, Thought-provoking, Relevant, Entertaining, Absorbing

About the show

This new drama sees six former friends looking back on their last days of college: the relationships, the heartbreak, and the one night that changed their lives forever. Part of the 2018 Planet Connections Festivity. More…

Ten years after their commencement into the real world, the friends are brought back together to reflect on their last year at Sycamore University. When they all learn the truth about a single night, they realize how one night, one choice, affected them all.

Member Reviews (14)


Great acting, Thought-provoking, Relevant, Entertaining, Absorbing

Too long, too busy and too many characters

See it if You want to see Play that looks back on what happened 10 years ago on a college campus with a bunch of friends

Don't see it if You are bothered when there are a bunch of unneeded characters. It also takes forever for the storyline to develop.

Also I don’t understand how someone could write this play and just put it o... Read more Read less

Not recommended

See it if You know some involved in the show to be supportive.

Don't see it if You don’t anyone involved.

Also The play is in desperate need of editing and a dramaturg. Many mistcas... Read more Read less

Dizzying, Mind-numbing, Offensive, Baffling, Mansplain-y

See it if You enjoy seeing a group of people (mostly women) blame themselves for a rape instead of the rapist responsible.

Don't see it if You value your time and money, and if you possess even tertiary knowledge about the reality of sexual assault.

Also Are you in the mood to watch a male writer pseudo-apologize for an ass... Read more Read less

Disappointing, Cliched, Banal, Poorly written

See it if you love the actors involved.

Don't see it if you enjoy a show with a plot, or direction.

Also I have to give a hand to the actors, and more importantly to the audie... Read more Read less

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