“In Moore’s masterful hands, Miss Julie is a stirring invitation to wake up, an invigorating exploration of choice and consequence, gender and class, freewill and authority that you will want to lean forward in your chair to not miss a beat.” – Natalie Rine of NYC Review
Dear Diary LOL
2017 + 2018
New York City Tour and Encore:
“The funniest show I’ve seen in ages…The audience went ballistic at curtain call–and rightly so, this one’s a keeper.” – Jacquelyn Claire of StageBiz.com
“As audiences’ steady giggles and “awws” attest, Dear Diary LOL is as relatable as it is funny, inviting us to empathize with our younger selves as we laugh at their extremes. Beneath its hot-pink surface beats a tender heart and the universal queries of adolescence” – Emily Cordes of Theatre is Easy
“It’s a show that makes women in the audience reach back into the recesses of their memories and pull out painful memories or embarrassing interactions and try to be OK with them. Girls try to be so perfect all the time in a society that is only starting to allow them to be messy, complex humans, and we absolutely need more theater like this.” – Alicia Kort of Exeunt Magazine
“★★★★★ What really makes this production fun, though, is not the entries themselves, but the way in which they are presented…This is one trip down memory lane that’s definitely worth taking!” – Andrew Andrews of Oppalud New York
Broad Street Review writes, “Antigravity achieves more than nostalgic fun-poking, exploring a uniquely turbulent time of life with brutal honesty.
Phindie writes, “The text is deliciously naive, sincere, and honest, delivered with joyful reference.“
- Broad Street Review praised the piece for its, “extraordinary physical performances” where the “fearless dance ensemble rolls, leaps, collides, contorts, and slams into the walls and pillars of the Broad Street Ministry’s sanctuary.”
- Phindie noted Nellie/Nellie both for its “imagination and whimsy” and its ability to leave the audience with stimulating questions: “Is everyone just doing some kind of dance to keep their innermost thoughts from making them go mad? Are there any safe places when the mind is so deep and the depths so unknown?” The reviewer concludes with a “maddening desire to see what’s next for Antigravity.”
Providence, RI // Boston, MA // New York City, NY
- The New York Times called Yermedea Raw “energizing and frightening” with “haunting images.“
Antigravity in Other Publications
- Howlround Article, Snapshots from the Field, 2015. Charlotte Meehan and Adara Meyer (formerly known as AntiGravity Theatre Project)
- Sketchbook Reporter: Dear Diary LOL (AOL and the early internet) AK
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