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Found Dog – Reviews

Broadway World
ENTERTAININGLY FRESH AND ORIGINAL… clever, thought-provoking dialogue… a uniformly talented cast” — Gil Kaan, Broadway World

Theatre Notes
A FAST-PACED CROWD PLEASER… a lean, tightly-written, serio-comic script enhanced by the savvy direction of Alana Dietze.” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

On Stage and Screen
NEARLY BURSTING WITH WHIMSY, but underneath has a strong emotional current… Sometimes genuine, relatable emotion is all you need to be effective, and The Found Dog Ribbon Dance has that in spades.” — Erin Conley, On Stage and Screen

LA Post-Examiner
REMARKABLY UNIQUE AND RICHLY ENTERTAINING… reaches beyond the easy and superficial and probes both heart and mind” — Ron Irwin, LA Post-Examiner

Stage Scene LA
WOW!… the kind of play you’ll want to tell all your romcom-loving friends (and just about anyone else in search of smart, funny, heartstrings-tugging, feel-good new theater) not to miss.” —Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

Stage Raw
RECOMMENDED …  proves at least three things: [playwright] Finocchiario is a fine comic talent. Echo Theater continues to make great strides in production of new work. And Alana Dietz is a very good director.” — Gray Palmer, Stage Raw

Discover Hollywood
A VERY HUMAN STORY.. I had a very profound and personal experience watching The Found Dog Ribbon Dance.” — Bekah Caden Discover Hollywood

Will Call for Theater
A TRUE ORIGINAL, under the sharp direction of Alana Dietze.” — Ingrid Wilmot, Will Call for Theater
A HIGHLY ENTERTAINING ROMP… Totally satisfying on every level… I felt my oxytocin surging as I left the theater with a smile on my face… An absorbing escape – see it!” — Carol Edger Germain,
TENDER… the play’s message of hope and the healing power of companionship is a tonic for our troubled times.” Michael Van Duzer, Showmag

Culture Spot LA
“Abundant helpings of humor to leaven the sadness underneath… My vote for best character? DOG.” — David Maurer, Culture Spot LA

Los Angeles Times
OFFBEAT… many genuinely comical moments,” — F. Kathleen Foley, Los Angeles Times