TOLD SIMPLY AND WELL
Mono/Poly - a play about love and sex in the plural. Two monogamous couples encounter a polyamorous triad at a costume party. The interaction forces the couples to reexamine long-held beliefs about love and commitment.
Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us? Sins is a frank look at what we all deal with when we cannot overcome our own failings.
Sins features simulated gunshots and complies with all Los Angeles firearms regulations, overseen by Arms Master Morgan MacDouglas.
Hollywood Fringe Festival Best Immersive Theater Nominee 2022
BetterLemons 100% Sweet
“This show will shock you to your core, but not necessarily in the way you think. It is a brilliant piece written and directed by, and starring William Thompson. The cast also included the lovely Willa Adaire, as well as George Parker and Mary Baker. Thompson’s story hits a nerve and provides a stirring look into a valid social issue. We don’t want to ruin the surprises in this show, but leave you with two words as a clue to what lies in store for you – Noises Off.”
-Bob Leggett – LA Music Critic
“I had heard mixed opinions about the piece and it will not be to everyone’s taste, but it is well worth catching if your fringe-fare is seeming a bit samey.
The production values seem unimpressive at first sight but end up being perfect.”
-Guy Picot – Fringe Review UK
“It’s theatre at its most intimidating and surreal, but without any of the flash. It’s challenging and compelling and unforgiving. The actors are absolutely excellent. They sell their stupefaction and their sublime horror… with shocking expertise… Each of them reacted with brilliant and perceptive elegance. Each of them owned everything they did on stage and the result was absolutely incredible… It is theatre far beyond the average.
It is clever and sad and interesting and devastating. Love, love, loved it!!!”
-Samantha Simmons-Ronceros – NoHo Arts District