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Rorschach Fest – Reviews

Ticket Holders LA (“Inkblot A” — Ghosts)
SPOOKY… O’Keefe’s poetic conjuring of life in the afterlife proves the perfect entry to open the Fist’s’ 30th anniversary season… [a] welcome reinvention of a groundbreaking classic of avant-garde theatre.” — Travis Holder, Ticket Holders LA

Theatre Notes (“Inkblot A” — Ghosts)
ABSOLUTELY AUTHENTIC, UTTERLY FASCINATING, AND THOROUGHLY UNIQUE… six extraordinary performers give a choral rendition of the words and sounds of the self-aware dead.” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

On Stage Los Angeles (“Inkblot A” — Ghosts)
Do NOT miss this show! Brilliant text and brilliant performances!… Thanks to the Open Fist Theatre, challenging and moving theatre still lives… transports the audience into another realm.” — Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles

Larchmont Chronicle (“Inkblot A” — Ghosts)
A WONDERFULLY SPOOKY ONE-ACT” — Patricia Foster Rye, Larchmont Chronicle

Stage and Cinema (“Inkblot B” — Never Swim Alone)
Never Swim Alone is a delightful work. Its structure is inventive and fresh; its charming cast of three is quick-witted and engaging.” — Marc Wheeler, Stage and Cinema

Theatre Notes (“Inkblot B” — Landscape and Never Swim Alone)
A SERIES OF UNIQUE PLAYS… As directed by Chris Cappiello with exquisite subtlety, ‘Landscape’ is superb and the performances are sublime… Keenly directed by Amanda Weier, ‘Never Swim Alone’ is black comedy dynamite!” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes