Although a few characters are unevenly written, Soson’s drama hits close to home for the eager young audience on the night I attended, and the dynamic cast of twenty-somethings sustains the show with outstanding, idiosyncratic performances.
Sarah Taylor-Ellis – Stage and Cinema
Great dedication and a creative design team put this show together in a familiar and yet mysterious place.
Anna Hodgson – APU Fringe
The quality is handily within the upper spectrum of offerings – placing it within the eminently watchable programming available outside of the Hollywood Fringe Festival itself. It’s a great evening out.
Corwin Evans – Why Would I See That?
Despite an occasional strain on credibility, Soson’s maiden play never bores.
Steven Stanley – StageSceneLA
THE LIGHTS ARE OFF
Presented by The Working Theatre and Combined Artform
Part of Best of Fringe
At Theatre Asylum
6320 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles
Playing July 12, 21, 27, 2012
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