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Say You Love Satan

a Comedy/Drama
CATEGORY :
by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

COMPANY : Dad's Garage Theatre Company [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Dad's Garage Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 323

SHOWING : September 14, 2001 - November 11, 2001

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Hell hath no fury like an ex-boyfriend who wants to snuggle! This wacky romantic comedy tells the story of one man's desire to find true love in this big messed up world of ours. The main problems? His boyfriend is the son of Satan, flesh-suit-wearing angels are descending to the mortal plane to seek their revenge, and the death of one small child is all it will take to bring on the Apocalypse. In the end, everyone learns something about what it really takes to make relationships work, even Satan.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Sean Daniels
Stage Manager Heidi Blackwell
Lighting Design Elisabeth Cooper
Sound Design Rene Dellefont
Wardrobe Design Liz Faughnan
Raphael John Benzinger
Jack Tim Cordier
Gabe/Druidic Cult Martin Z Gillespie
Marge Anne Towns
Andrew Dan Triandaflo
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REVIEWS
The Experts Say...

Creative Loafing
by Curt Holman
Unknown
A mixed review, Curt starts his review with "While it may not answer, or even ask, all the Big Questions it's interested in, it still proves a wry, even thoughtful comedy that's seldom glib" and ends it with " While the play mostly lives up to its ambitions of grappling with evil in the abstract, and grinning while doing it, Say You Love Satan is best at sweating the small stuff." He likes the performances, but said some characters come across as cliche, and the second act fails to deliver. However, he does note that there are a lot of good laughs, and dialogue which may have seemed shallow before Sept. 11 now seems somewhat profound.


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See this show!
by karlotta
Thursday, October 11, 2001
5.0
Granted, it may not be for everyone, but this is a FUNNY, REAL show at DAD'S GARAGE! Believe it. And it's not a "Gay Play." The characters happen to be gay, some of the jokes are referential, but the story is about relationships. And about human nature. Dan Triandiflou does a truly great job at carrying the show. He leaves the stage for only about 3 minutes the whole show. I thought all the other characters were strong, as well. If the closing monologue doesn't get to you, then either you're not paying attention, or perhaps you're the evil that he is talking about. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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