Adam & Steve

10-MINUTE: Two unlikely strangers volunteer to spend a year together away from the world in a mysterious bunker—though what unfolds underground isn’t what either of them could ever have expected. 
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Adam & Steve

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  • Aleks Merilo:
    22 Feb. 2019
    Erie, ambiguous, and sweet is not a description I've used before, but then again, LGBTQ and post-apocalyptic is not common territory to be explored on stage. Bravoso has created a moment in an unknown time and place that somehow manages to be compassionate and relatable. In this unique setting, inhibitions are shed and characters develop into richly unique individuals. Unanswered questions and just enough exposition give the audience plenty to discuss in the afterglow.
  • Emily Hageman:
    3 Sep. 2018
    Talk about a roller coaster of a play. Just when you think you know what's going on, Bavoso yanks the rug out from under your feet. It's real, it's genuine, it's sweet--and then it's something else entirely. There is so much going on in this play--relationships between men, grieving, isolation, the longing for something gret that seems unattainable. A true retelling of the Adam and Eve story, only instead of a red apple, there's a red button. A pretty brilliant short play that gets more done in ten pages than some plays do in fifty.
  • John Crawford:
    2 Jan. 2017
    I liked it. Nice flow. Humor good. On page 8 I took a few minutes to go to a precognitive state for your ending and btw liked yours better than mine.

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