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Rapunzel Alone – Reviews

The Tvolution
A MAGICAL, MYTHICAL MORALITY PLAY NOT TO BE MISSED… a celebration of everything that is magical about the theatrical experience… hints at the “maiden-in-the-tower” motif while invoking a far more powerful spirit… examines the tragic realities which imprison life through the prism of a child’s viewpoint… utterly bewitching.” — Ernest Kearney, The Tvolution

Splash Magazines
A VISUAL DELIGHT… delivers a very modern message for today’s kids – and grown-ups… a not-to-be-missed show which brings magic and enchantment back to the theater.” — Elaine Mura, Splash Magazines

LA Theatre Bites
IT’S A GREAT SHOW… I loved this story… visually stunning… the chemistry between the two leads is excellent… funny and told very creatively… L.A. THEATRE BITES RECOMMENDED.” — Patrick Chavis, LA Theatre Bites

WHIMSY… suitable for adults and children alike… seasoned designers contribute to the kaleidoscopic sweep of the storytelling.” — Leigh Kennicott, Showmag

On Stage Los Angeles
FASCINATING… a story that inform[s] teen angst [and] isolation… twists and turns… projection effects on three huge scrims… clever use of Gertrude the Goose (a wonderful puppet).” —  Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles

Culver City News
INCREDIBLE ACTORS who will mesmerize you with their ability to inhabit their roles, with innovative video projections magically transforming each set into many locations.” — Shari Barrett, Culver City News

Curtain Up
BEAUTIFUL… both emotional and educational” — Bonnie Priever, Curtain Up

Romy Raves
… cleverly shows us that being imprisoned might not look exactly like how you imagined it would.” — Romy Schnorr, Romy Raves

British Weekly
… will resonate strongly with any individual, young or old… Adding to the magical realism of the story is the engaging production design.” — Catherine Siggins, British Weekly

OUTSTANDING…a WWII story [that is] as fresh as any contemporary story dealing with today’s issues.”  — Joe Mosqueda, Glamgical

The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses 
SIMPLE, POWERFUL… wonderful mixed media and startlingly honesty from the cast.” — David MacDowell Blue, The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses


Reviews of the audio version:

Motherhood Later
SOPHISTICATION AND DEPTH… a rich tale that stands alone or serves as a great preview for those who have the opportunity to attend the future live performances. In one word: “charming”. — Andrea Falcone, Motherhood Later

Broadway To Vegas
ENCHANTING… All events in this production are metaphors constructed in a way that are understandable for children, yet not boring to adults… encourage[s] people to think about and discuss universal problems: loneliness, being bullied, being lied about, isolation, heartache, struggle, taking on too many responsibilities and looking out for others.” — Laura Deni, Broadway to Vegas

Splash Magazines
IMPRESSIVE… a sophisticated juggling of the classic fairy tale geared for both children and adults.” — Elaine Mura, Splash Magazines

Says Me Says Mom
“Keep[s] the attention of children and adults alike.” — Jeryl Marcus, Says Me, Says Mom

2 Urban Girls 
BEAUTIFULLY TOLD” — Melissa Hebert, 2 Urban Girls