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Kiss – Reviews

Los Angeles Times
PROFOUND… ‘Kiss’ isn’t easy for a critic to discuss, but it’s gratifying to contemplate.” — Charles MvNulty, Los Angeles Times

Arts In LA
SUPERB… gets under the skin.” — Dany Margolies, Arts In LA

Ticket Holders LA
ELECTRIFYING… perhaps the best new play exhibited on any Los Angeles stage this year” — Travis Holder, Ticket Holders LA

Paul Myrvold’s Theatre Notes
PROVOCATIVE… eminently watchable… land[s] and reinforce[s] some very critical truths regarding life and death in Syria”  Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

On Stage and Screen
SURPRISING, COMPELLING…  the true meaning of the title will shock you.” —Erin Conley, On Stage and Screen

Stage Raw
LIVELY AND STYLISH” — Neal Weaver, Stage Raw

Hollywood Progressive
CREATIVE, NUANCED, MULTI-LAYERD… upends conventional storytelling techniques… challenging… adventurous.” — Ed Rampell, Hollywood Progressive

Total Theater
OFF BEAT AND COMPLEX… expert and inventive direction…superb work [by] its young actors…  one of the most compelling and provocative plays Los Angeles has seen in recent years.” — Will Manus, Total Theater

Hollywood Revealed
A CONVERSATION STARTER… Go see it with an open mind and enjoy the ride.” — Peter Foldy, Hollywood Revealed

The Fume of Sighs
INTERESTING… show[s] how much the point of a story can be missed when one is not fully aware of the circumstances.” — Dena Burroughs, The Fume of Sighs

People’s World
PERSONAL, POLITICAL, THEATRICAL… For those who appreciate an intellectual challenge in the dark interior of theatre where almost anything can happen, this is an important milestone along the road to a bold, interrogative new theatre aesthetic — Eric Gordon, People’s World

Stage Scene LA
WOW!COMPELLING… a surreal, meta-theatrical commentary on love and war and loss and hope in a country gone mad, on our inability as Americans to understand a world so far removed from our own, and on the power of theater to bridge the gap between diametrically different lives.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA