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  • Cheryl Bear:
    23 Aug. 2021
    A journey in time through pop culture, fashion choices and how art shapes one's identity. Well done.
  • Jordan Ramirez Puckett:
    11 Aug. 2021
    TIGER BEAT is as much a wonderful nostalgic romp through the early 2000's as it is a searing critique of the way that we continue to create art to this day. Hearing this play read aloud I laughed, I cried, and I dare anyone to not get the very catchy song, "Girls Next Door", stuck in their head. This is a masterful work of art and I sincerely hope it receives productions across the country.
  • Nick Malakhow:
    23 May. 2021
    Such a dynamic piece with a propulsive narrative thread. It weaves together various aesthetic sensibilities into a coherent whole. The intersectional exploration of celebrity culture, pop music, and identity-driven double standards in the entertainment industry is powerful sharp. The genre-bending meta-turn in the last quarter of the piece is surprising and potent. The poignant coda of Tess' song is a perfect ending. I hope to see this onstage so soon!
  • Playwrights Foundation:
    3 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends TIGER BEAT, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. The work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends TIGER BEAT as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • Cat Ferris:
    29 Jul. 2020
    Tiger Beat is a piece full of energy and personality. Great all around, and loads of fun!