DOESN’T ANYONE KNOW WHAT A PANCREAS IS?: 67% – BITTERSWEET

“Doesn’t Anyone Know What a Pancreas Is?” at the Atwater Village Theatre. Credit: Company.

BITTERSWEET
The play certainly has potential with some further finessing, but for now, it is a enjoyable, but flawed new work.
Katie Buenneke – Neon Tommy

BITTERSWEET
Real continuously misses rich opportunities to create outrageous conflict, settling instead for more jokes. For now, her short filmic scenes, played out between unnecessary furniture shuffling in interminable blackouts, signal that perhaps she should stick to writing for television, where everything resolves neatly in the 22 minutes between Toyota commercials.
Travis Michael Holder – Backstage

SWEET
Friends (and friends of friends) find themselves Looking For Love In Los Angeles in Carole Real’s funny, perceptive new comedy Doesn’t Anybody Know What A Pancreas Is?, now getting a sparkling World Premiere production by Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA.
Steven Stanley – StageSceneLA

DOESN’T ANYONE KNOW WHAT A PANCREAS IS?
Presented by Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA
At the Atwater Village Theatre
3269 Casitas Ave., Los Angeles
Nov. 14–Dec. 13, 2012
Tickets: (323) 644-1929

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