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  • Cheryl Bear:
    7 Jul. 2020
    A play about the reality of life, the desperation for love and the misguided direction to finding it. Well done.
  • Claudia Haas:
    28 Nov. 2018
    A topsy turvey, he wins, she wins, nobody wins play. It’s honest, it’s disturbing, it’s real and it happens. All the time. A grand play about relationships, misplaced love and even Me, Too. This is today, this is America and this is a slice of life about our times.
  • Andrew Roblyer:
    21 Aug. 2018
    My favorite plays are about the messiness of life, and this play captures that in a completely unexpected and somewhat uncomfortable way. I know people like Luke and Chloe (separately, not together), people who crave connection and relationship and so end up looking for it in the wrong places. I love the care with which Bublitz writes these characters, giving them dimension beyond their inappropriate relationship, helping us understand not only what is going on between them, but *why* this was ever the answer to their loneliness.
  • Emily Hageman:
    13 May. 2018
    It's funny, it's real, it's sad, and it happens. Bublitz doesn't shy away from it, and I am so grateful. Young girls who are desperate for love may do stupid things, but that doesn't make them stupid people. Luke and Chloe are painfully real--especially Chloe--and you don't know whether to try to hug her or smack her. The end is incredibly poignant and heartbreaking and all I could hope for after I read this play was that Chloe figures it out and lives a wonderful life. Bublitz writes with razor-sharp and unapologetic honesty. A necessary piece.