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Blueberry Toast – Reviews

Los Angeles Times
A DARKLY WHIMSICAL DISH… a cross between ‘The Brady Bunch’ and ‘Pee-wee’s Playhouse’… The actors perform their loony roles with ferocious conviction… twisted fun” — Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times

Stage Raw
RECOMMENDEDSTAGE RAW TOP TEN…. packs a punch… The production elements are as colorful as the performances… a side-splittingly freakish satire” — Deborah Klugman, Stage Raw

On Stage Los Angeles
A REVELATION… cuts to the quick with dark comedy and brutality… Laws’ brilliant script is a tour de force for four actors with stamina and focus seldom seen… I cannot recommend this production highly enough. Blueberry Toast is a MUST SEE!, especially for true students of theatre.” — Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles

That Awesome Theatre Blog
DELICIOUSLY ENTERTAINING… an absurd, delightfully twisted American tragedy” — Patrick Hurley, That Awesome Theatre Blog

Theatre Ghost
A DARK JEWEL… the audience is laughing helplessly, loud and long” — Mark Hein, Theatre Ghost

Stage Scene LA
ABSURDIST BLACK COMEDY… Playwright Laws could not have asked for a finer team to bring her words to life than Echo Theatre Company” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

On Stage and Screen
SMART SATIRE… had the audience in stitches” — Erin Conley, On Stage and Screen

The World Through Night Tinted Glasses
HILARITY… My jaw kept dropping, and I just kept laughing! So did everybody else!” — David MacDowell Blue, The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses

Arts in LA
OUTRAGEOUS AND WICKEDLY FUNNY… beautifully produced, directed, and acted… an E-ticket ride.” — Travis Holder, Arts in LA

Culture Spot LA
AN OVER-THE-TOP EXPERIENCE… pulls no punches with its mix of comedy and horror… Laws has a unique and interesting vision” — David Maurer, Culture Spot LA

The Tvolution
A MADCAP CONCERT… crafted with intelligence and skill… The Echo Theatre Company has made its mark in Los Angeles by picking smart works then staging them smartly, and this is certainly the case here.” — Ernest Kearney, The Tvolution

Diversions LA
AS SCABROUS AS IT IS HILARIOUS… Fresh and crazy, shocking and idiosyncratic… one piece of toast audiences will enjoy crunching” — Genie Davis, Diversions LA

Stage and Cinema
SHARP AND GIDDY… This romper-room kitschy-colors primer on bourgeois repression in a nuclear family will make you laugh and shout and worry and fear and maybe self-medicate.” — Jason Rohrer, Stage and Cinema