Walls Suck

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  1. Thurthton Thithtetinton on July 22, 2017 at 6:13 pm

    Interesting story about some of the relationship dynamics of having multiple romantic partners. The play rings true on a lot of levels. It was very well executed on a technical level, and the set design was fringetastic in the way it took advantage of the limitations inherent in the “speed-rep” nature of the festival. Walls Suck is worth seeing, as the script is well supported, performance-wise. It’s only limitation is time. Five or ten minutes more would have allowed a little more air in certain scenes. But alas. Such is fringe.



  2. Calvin Green on July 24, 2017 at 3:13 am

    Great cast, great script, great subject matter to write about. I did not agree with everything that was said but it was very engaging.



  3. Craig Lubow on July 27, 2017 at 6:27 pm

    This play is a perfect ten. Hillarious throughout and yet makes you think about the dynamics of relationships. The play is about a gay couple that takes in a third person, a woman, into their relationship and ultimately a fourth person, also a woman that is in a relationship with the first woman. All of the relationships merge into a polyamorous relationship. Some might think of it as communal sex, but it is so much more than that. Plenty of eye candy in this play too!! The entire cast is cute. One of the male actors also played a supporting role in “Pricilla, Queen of the Desert” at the Unicorn last month. It was professionally acted.



  4. Luke on July 29, 2017 at 8:30 pm

    A polyamorous trio struggles to incorporate a fourth; a journey of self-discovery and re-imagining. The show focuses on relationships and what is needed for them to work. Usually there’s only one love story but here you’re treated to multiple; a polyamorous plot if you will. Superb acting and on-stage chemistry brought the characters to life.



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