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  • Ryan Foster:
    11 Dec. 2020
    Immediately upon opening this script up I was prompted to go and understand more about the world we call our home. Red Days is a wonderfully written show with a heart of gold as it tries to get it's message across and succeeds. You'll find yourself caring about the character's futures, as well as your own.
  • Allison Winsby:
    9 Dec. 2020
    This play is so relevant. As I read this in 2020, we wear masks everyday, though it is for different reason than in the play. This play shows us what will inevitably happen is we don't learn to take better care of the world we live in. This play really makes you think. I highly recommend reading/seeing this play!
  • Ryan Haywood:
    9 Dec. 2020
    This play was a great read. It helps open our eyes to the real life climate problems we are having, and how our ignorance can bite us in the bum if we are not careful. The characters all seem so relatable in their own ways! The play is brilliant and very relevant to our current situation.
  • Finn Juliano:
    8 Dec. 2020
    I really liked the subtle depth of the characters. Everyone had character development as time went on and everyone had their public personality and real personality separate. The story is thought-provoking and leaves me feeling melancholy. Great work!
  • Maggie Wallisch:
    4 Dec. 2020
    This show should be performed so that people can see all the ways different types of masks keep people safe. This show was so moving to read, it really touched my heart reading this.
  • Madeline Cook:
    11 Dec. 2019
    "Red Days" helps bring to light the real problems with today's climate issues. Although that is the main theme, it does follow a girl and her single mom, just trying to get through life and do the best they can with what they have. I would recommend this play to anyone who is interested in the environment, family dynamics, or just the need to follow your dreams. This was my first read on NPX and was very happy with the outcome.
  • Thomas Clark:
    11 Dec. 2019
    "Red Days" is an excellent representation of the terrible effects pollution has had and continues to have on our world. Bublitz takes us through a telling story of where our world heading, and backs it up with unique and interesting characters that have an important impact on the story-telling. It was my first read on NPX and I'm happy it was, it has had a lasting impact on me and my own opinions about these global issues.
  • Molly Ross:
    11 Dec. 2019
    Bublitz takes on a topic that becomes more and more realistic to us as each day passes and creates a backdrop to host a cast of sincere, engaging characters, with real relationships that reflect the real world. The best kinds of theatre bring attention to social issues that push the audience into wanting action. Reading through this play did exactly that, as well as keeping me invested in the characters' lives from start to finish.
  • Gage Shrader:
    11 Dec. 2019
    In the face of ignorance, sometimes the best way to spread light about an issue is through a different path. Bublitz accomplishes this by creating a timely and effective protest against climate change with a strong cast of characters. This is also accompanied by an important dynamic between characters, which demonstrates their various levels of concern about the issue, much similar to our own society today. It was an enjoyable read that took a lot of risks that paid off through enjoyable characterization and a strong plot.
  • Noah Bryan:
    11 Dec. 2019
    Rachel Bublitz took such a serious topic that needs to be discussed and brilliantly brought it to life through the use of this play. She was able to make the characters relatable, while also creating a story that feels very real. I also enjoyed how she brought up family issues, in addition to environmental issues, that can sometimes feel all too common and shines a light on it in a unique and exciting way.

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