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  • Eryn Elyse McVay:
    20 Jun. 2019
    The abortion conversation flipped on its head. To many this play will seem ridiculous, dystopia, but for folks around the world this reality isn't a far cry from their own. Bublitz shows no fear in the face of a "sensitive" topic.
  • Mary Darling:
    4 Jun. 2019
    Highly relevant given our current political climate! Witty, edgy, and thought provoking. I'd love to watch an audience react to this piece.
  • Ruben Carbajal:
    18 May. 2019
    This sharp comedy understands the matter-of-fact menace of bureaucracy. More importantly, it holds a mirror up to our nation's own descent into Theocracy, where a woman's body becomes the property of the State. This is an urgently-needed play and companies should be clamoring to produce it.
  • Rachel Bykowski:
    7 May. 2019
    Funny, daring, dangerous and full of truth. All the perfect elements you need for a great satire. I hate the fact this play is relevant but maybe with more writing like this, the Patriarchy can one day be dismantled.
  • Cassie Hakken:
    7 Apr. 2019
    A biting, funny, yet reflective and disturbing play with strong political and social messages. What if women held all the power? Woman who see this play will find a strong sense of satisfaction. Men will be made uncomfortable, reflecting on any past crimes against women, scraping the surface of what it feels like to be in someone else's shoes. This takeover by an oppressed group goes far enough to warn against the dangers of any group holding all of the power.
  • Rachael Carnes:
    8 Feb. 2019
    Brilliant and timely, this tight-as-a-drum ten-minute play says everything. I hope it's performed in every corner of the U.S.! Bublitz hits this one over the fence in this important play that's sure to be read and shared and talked about for years to come.
  • Jennifer O'Grady:
    5 Feb. 2019
    Bublitz's taut and wonderfully unsettling ten-minute play should be performed over and over and everywhere.
  • Cameron Houg:
    29 Dec. 2018
    An incredibly interesting play that turns the current state of equal rights on its head to hold a mirror to the face of those who are currently in power. Meaningful, deep, and deeply disturbing, I highly recommend this play to anyone who is upset by the disbalance in the world today, and to any man who finds themselves abusing this power.
  • Tiffany Antone:
    12 Dec. 2018
    Delightfully on point, My Body is a powerful piece and relevant as hell.
  • Olivia Matthews:
    21 Nov. 2018
    A twist on our current state of affairs. Feels otherworldly but within reach, that's why it's so relevant- I often feel we're not too far from this kind of state-level control on the bodies of women/non-binary folk. Rachel Bublitz has captured that feeling perfectly in this short yet compelling piece. And for those not hip, the subversion of gender makes the absurdity of the culture's current power dynamics even more accessible.

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