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DINK O'NEAL arts in la says "bitter sweet" · July 25, 2015
Often chaotic, intentionally or otherwise, under Paul McGee’s occasionally uneven direction, this setup introduces us to the requisite ensemble of stereotypical theater folk. The story is a little hard to follow at times, due to breakneck pacing, which does a disservice to Dattoli’s often humorous repartee.... full review

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DEBBIE KAGY tolucan times says "sweet" · July 26, 2015
Director Paul McGee does a great job of keeping the cast moving at a fast pace so that there is never a dull moment and an endless supply of laughs. ... full review

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SAMANTHA SIMMONDS-RONCEROS nohoartsdistrict says "sweet" · July 31, 2015
The writer Khai Dattoli has given us a rare treat in the theatre and something unexpected, strange and wonderful, a surprise ending. Each of the actors in this play are superb, and so committed to the epic panic and pandemonium that I really was on the edge of my seat wondering if they could pull it off. But pull it off they did…brilliantly. ... full review

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BOB VERINI arts in la, variety, stage raw says "bitter sweet" · August 16, 2015
Khai Dattoli’s Off Book seemed to inspire considerable mirth in the small but indomitable crowd at the Secret Rose Theater on a recent Friday evening. I wish I could have shared more of that mirth, but I want to encourage the plucky young Falling Apples Theater Company because there’s an energy there that should be prized and refined.... full review

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critics say

75% BITTER SWEET

Bitter sweet
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audience say

100% SWEET

Sweet
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