Millennial Actors Rock the Stage in New York’s Fringe Festival
“Two actors are responsible for a total of six roles. Half: A Divorce Farce seems like mission impossible, even for those accustomed to the world of theater. For the show’s cast, however, it’s just another day at work.”
Read the full interview HERE.
FringeNYC 2013 Highlights of Shows to See: “HALF” is a “Great Pedigree”
“We think any student of [Pig Iron, Rainpan43, and Headlong Dance] is worth watching — and Becca Foresman, author and actor, has trained with them all. an irreverent, whirling-dervish farce.”
see the “great pedigree” ranking HERE.
“HALF: A Divorce Farce” is a Tour-de-Force
“Highly amusing and entertaining…Well worth it to see these two fantastic actors and grand technicians go full-throttle through this giddy fairy tale.”
Read the full review here.
“Half: A divorce farce” — no really. it’s very funny.
“A terrifically absurd and hysterically funny two-person farce…can’t recommend this show highly enough!”
read the full review HERE.
Princetonian-produced “HALF” Opens at the New York Fringe Festival
read the full mention HERE.