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Full: The Musical (FringeNYC)

From 10 member  reviews
Members say: Original, Relevant, Great writing, Great singing, Resonant

About the show

Part of FringeNYC: Based on the playwright's personal experiences, "Full" follows the struggle of a young woman battered by adolescent trauma, combating her demons, finding herself powerless, and ultimately battling her way back. More…

Categories: Musical/Opera, FringeHIGH, Drama, National. From Full: The Musical. Book and Lyrics by Katie Berger, Music by Katie Berger and Alan Blake Conley. Directed by Sean Ryan Paris, Musical Direction by Alan Blake Conley.

Member Reviews (10)


Original, Relevant, Great writing, Great singing, Resonant

Original, Slow, Ambitious, Relevant, Great singing

See it if you like plays about teen angst, but with central character who is unlikeable, and has one note (angst) throughout.

Don't see it if you like upbeat plays. There's a bit of comedy that helps, and strong singing voices throughout. Some moving songs.

September 2nd, 2016
"'Full,' a story about struggles and celebration of self, reminds us we are our own hero, that we have the power to get us out of our darkest places. The show is an act of love, and it shows. Though not without its occasional convolution, its honesty and heart top the festival this year...Berger'...
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