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  Switch at Logan Fringe Arts Space


Logan Fringe Arts Space
1358 Florida Ave., NE Washington

Straight couple Leila and Doug find in the afterglow of sex that they have switched bodies. Their genderfluid friend Lark finds out and sees an opportunity to explode their boundaries, leading to a wild night of strange and revelatory encounters. Experience a world beyond the binary where sex, gender and sexuality intertwine together in this new comedy - with a twist.

Thru - Jun 23, 2018

Price: $25

Box Office: 202-737-7230

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BroadwayWorld - Somewhat Recommended

"...The Welders is a playwrights collective that produces new works for each member; "Switch," which has the feel of a work in progress, could use a little work and trimming as it goes forward, but it needn't do anything as drastic as jumping into anyone else's body."
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Roger Catlin

DC Metro Theater Arts - Recommended

"...While sharply observed in both text and acting, the show as a whole felt a little longer than it needed to be to be. With some judicious concision, it would play even better. But that's a minor quibble on a formidable achievement: Because Brett Ableman's Switch brings a fresh fun twist to what's betwixt our ears and legs."
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John Stoltenberg

DCTheatreScene - Recommended

"...Abelman’s script crackles with humor and DC-specific jokes, and Megan Behm’s direction ensures that the cast takes advantage of Brian Gillick’s simple set. Behm is given a challenge with the wide variety of settings and constant changing of perspectives inherent in the play, and she rises to it admirably. Sam Cooper’s original music and sound design are clever and effective in creating this rapidly changing world as well. Unfortunately, while the moves from beat to beat are fairly quick, the long string of them does begin to wear on the audience by the end—this is one production that may have truly benefitted from an intermission to break up the evening a bit."
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John Bavoso

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