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  Fruition at Theatre of NOTE

Fruition

Theatre of NOTE
1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Hollywood

In a lawless near future, decades of unchecked greed, bigotry and fear have led to the collapse of governments and society as we know it. Seeking shelter in an abandoned warehouse, four strangers with no reason to trust each other must decide if they can work together to survive the deadly storm outside, while they face the threats they pose to one another.

Thru - Dec 7, 2019



Price: $25

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 310-856-8611

www.theatreofnote.com



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Stage Scene LA - Somewhat Recommended

"...At the very least, Fruition offers theatergoers a hundred minutes of the kind of action-movie heroics usually reserved for the big screen thanks to fight choreographer Sondra Mayer and an indefatigable cast of Theatre Of NOTErs completed by Travis York as redneck Rollo and background players Thomas Fitgerald and Nick Smerkanich as assorted militia dead or alive."
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Steven Stanley


Showmag - Recommended

"...Theatre of Note's production values are exceptional; Alexander Le Vaillant Freer's lighting scupts subtle distinctions and Michael Mullen's costumes are simple, while Mark McClain Wilson's sound design and Hank Heimdallsman's compositions stand significantly below middle C. Of course, the play wouldn't work at all without Sondra Mayer's excellent fight choreography."
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Leigh Kennicott


Stage Raw - Somewhat Recommended

"...Fruition certainly sets a definitive tone but it's hard to get a clear sense of any of the characters. Character development often takes a backseat to plot. The threat of violence and danger looms heavily in almost every moment. But Fruition's most compelling ones happen between the bouts of violence and danger, when the characters are simply attempting to connect with one another at the risk of truly being seen. What could possibly be more frightening?"
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Dana Martin


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