"Rinse, Repeat" is a new play that conveys the painful truth about confronting a disorder that is often met with denial from both the patient and the people that love them. More…
Rachel hasn’t been home in four months. After fighting for her life at Renley, a trial weekend has been agreed upon. At first, Rachel couldn’t be happier to be reunited with her family. But what happens when the people you love most, the ones you believe want the best for you, are the ones causing the most damage without even knowing it? Where do you go when the place you feel you most belong might be the place that almost killed you in the first place? "Rinse, Repeat" sharply conveys the painful truth about a woman's fight for her life in the face of an eating disorder.
ADVISORIES: This play contains nudity. Recommended for ages 15 and up.
See it if A well acted performance and well directed. Deep, and well done.eating Disorder is what the show is about,and is dark and uncomforting.
Don't see it if If you do not like a play that deals with eating disorders or any kind of subject that can be depressing and dark.
See it if Playwright/Actress Feraud's gripping story of her eating disorder Tough, harrowing, often difficult to watch esp Lozano's monster (?) mother
Don't see it if A few too many subplots/references (while often compelling) left unresolved & puzzling When focus stays on Rachel's problem, it's powerful
See it if interested in family dramas with secrets, curious about how eating disorders would be handled in a play, like new contemporary-set plays
Don't see it if don't like slowly-unspooling revelations, eating disorder depiction can be a trigger issue, frustrated by families talking around issues
See it if you want to see a powerful play about how an eating disorder affects the person and her family. Excellent acting and staging.
Don't see it if you are disturbed by the subject of eating disorders. Subject matter and some scenes are disturbing.
See it if you are interested in dysfunctional family relationships and female issues. If you like an intense play without detailed explanations.
Don't see it if you are sensitive to eating disorders, if nudity offends you or if you prefer happy stories or plots with clear paths and solutions.
See it if you want an in depth study of the family dynamics relating to a young woman's eating disorder. Intense and very real.
Don't see it if you have no interest in eating disorders or only enjoy plays that make you feel good.
See it if you want to see a play about a rarely dramatized subject: eating disorders. The playwright/lead actress plays herself.
Don't see it if you don't want to witness the dramatic interactions within a troubled family. Also, I had trouble hearing some of the dialogue.
See it if you want to see an incredibly powerful play written by an up and coming playwright who also stars as the main character.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of family dramas or are not prepared to think deeply about eating disorders and their tragic consequences.
See it if You want to see a solid production of a play on an important topic that is seldom focused on in theater.
Don't see it if You have no interest in eating disorders, don’t want to see a play with brief nudity.
See it if Short,intense riveting play-family dealing w important issue- not usual theater topic.Excellent portrayal of family system complexities
Don't see it if Don't like plays focusing on important subject affecting many people-rarely discussed-never covered in plays-have problem with brief nudity
See it if you want to see a fresh new piece by a young playwright, watch a play about eating disorders and the multiple ways they can manifest,
Don't see it if play needs a bit more work so if a promising play that might drag a bit will both you don't go, or if you don't want to learn about anorexia
See it if you want to see the dynamics in a family with an anorexic daughter. It's an important story.
Don't see it if You are not into a dysfunctional family. But I still think it should be seen as anorexia is something we should all learn about.
See it if Want to learn about eating disorders, & realize how important a role parents & guardians play in teaching love & acceptance
Don't see it if If you like musicals, light hearted topics and are uncomfortable with nudity and heavy family problems
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