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  • Cameron Houg:
    25 Feb. 2019
    If I had one word to describe this play it would be: FUN. Luckily, I have more. The perfect cure for someone who wants to escape from the ails in the world. There is a large cast but each character has their own unique quirks that make them stand out. And if you want a play with great woman characters, this play is chock full of em.

    As the play says “ If we don’t subvert all those tired old tropes they’ll just keep playing out again and again to no one’s benefit.” Great job.
  • Lisa Sillaway:
    15 Oct. 2018
    Completely in love with this piece. It’s fun and more than a bit campy but if I were still teaching, it would definitely be on my to-do list. Plays aimed at high school kids seem to either be too immature or far to angst-filled much of the time, but this one is a perfect balance of the camp and real characters that will challenge young actors!
  • Shaun Leisher:
    12 Apr. 2018
    This play excites me so much I might BURST!!! Having worked in high school and middle school theatre education I have long bemoaned the lack of quality scripts for young actors where they get to play characters their own age. Along comes this hilarious, whimsical play with a large cast of mostly females (which rocks since they are the vast majority of members of school theatre programs) to save the day!!! Not only are there a bunch of roles for girls but they are 3 dimensional characters!!! Will be recommending to all my theatre educator friends.
  • Claudia Haas:
    6 Feb. 2018
    You have to love a play where the football players are the victims and the cheerleaders are their saviors. There's a lot of silliness combined with teen-speak, snarky dialogue that perfectly captures the teen spirit. I loved the constant element of surprise that awaited me with every page turn. Bublitz deftly steers away from the jock/mean girl stereotype that often peppers these plays and offers us some real teens: warts and all. The play is a wonderful tin-foil romp through the stars. Teen performers and young audiences will love this.