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Arrowhead – Reviews

Stage Raw
STAGE RAW TOP TENFUNNY, HONEST… buckle up for an R-rated evening of sexually fluid girl talk and other charged conversations around relationship culture, toxic masculinity, and the sometimes undefinable nature of human attraction… RECOMMENDED.” — Socks Whitmore, Stage Raw

KCRW 89.9 FM 
GO SEE ARROWHEAD… an ensemble comedy with complex distinct characters… Don’t miss this one. It’s an LA intimate theater gem.” — Anthony Byrnes, KCRW 89.9 FM

Larchmont Buzz 
HILARIOUS AND HEARTBREAKING… a fun, deeply engaging and eye-opening quest for truth above all…The thrill of the new is alive at IAMA.” — Laura Foti Cohen, Larchmont Buzz

WFMU radio 
WON ME OVER 100 TIMES OVER… the onion starts to peel back, and we start getting layers… so three-dimensional and relatable… fun and funny… honest in its interpretation of how we are as humans live, and more importantly how we love… a wonderful, wonderful piece… I highly recommend it.”  — Bob Barth, WFMU radio

A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY… grabs your attention and inspires to ask questions about identity, sex, love, and friendship.” — Joe Mosqueda, Glamgical

LA Theatre Bites
A GOOD TIMESTEAMY… lots of laughs… characters not often seen on the stage or television screen.” Patrick Chavis, LA Theatre Bites

2 Urban Girls
THOUGHT-PROVOKING… incredibly well-acted.” — Emilie St. John, 2 Urban Girls

Colorado Boulevard
WONDERFULLY RELATABLENEW, EDGY, INTERESTING… performed by a solid and talented cast, always perfect timing and inflection…. Everyone ‘got it’ and we laughed our heads off.” — Carol Edger Germain, Colorado Boulevard

Stage and Cinema
BRIGHT, FUNNY, WELL-WRITTEN… these are people rethinking identity, and that’s refreshing.” — Tony Frankel, Stage and Cinema

Larchmont Chronicle
HI-OCTANE, TAKE-NO-PRISONERS… very funny… well worth seeing.” — Louis Fantasia, Larchmont Chronicle

Gia on the Move