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  • Craig Houk:
    6 Sep. 2021
    A wonderful short piece. Catrina misreads a sign at a strip mall and makes her way in to a Pet Psychic's storefront. A very funny misunderstanding evolves into a meaningful exchange between two women who process life and its purpose in different ways.
  • Kelly McBurnette-Andronicos:
    6 Sep. 2021
    Psychics always prove to be fertile ground for hilarious miscommunication (because of course), but Loraine’s play brings a warmth to this short comedy. A lovely piece about connection, loss, and the meaning of caring - and the many ways we go about it. Sweet.
  • Lisa Dellagiarino Feriend:
    5 Sep. 2021
    I love the idea of a pet psychic, and I really enjoyed the specific examples Shannon gives Catrina of pets that she's helped over the course of her career. A humorous case of misunderstanding turns into what seems like the possible beginnings of a friendship. I would love to follow Shannon through a series of short plays in which she helps pets heal emotionally.
  • Christopher Plumridge:
    5 Sep. 2021
    This is a pleasant short play, I love the idea of a pet psychic, if I made contact with my old dog he'd probably tell me to let him sleep! I'm also sure if there are such things as pet psychics they must surely give peace to the pet owners. Nice play.
  • David Lipschutz:
    5 Sep. 2021
    I was fortunate to see this one performed at the KVTA 10-Minute Play Festival. PSYCHIC HEALING is a hilarious, well-written play by Christina Loraine. The two characters have a great rapport in spite of (or perhaps because of!) their unintentional miscommunication. It was a hoot getting to see this one live!
  • Andrew Martineau:
    5 Sep. 2021
    I was very intrigued by the synopsis and was not disappointed at all with this short, well-constructed, very funny play. There is nothing like a misunderstanding to get the comic action rolling, and a pet psychic being confused with a regular people psychic is comedy gold! There is also a poignancy to the play, as well. I am sure actors would love to play these parts. This should be a great addition to any ten-minute play festival.