Every Brilliant Thing
You're six years old. Mum's in hospital. Dad says she's 'done something stupid'. She finds it hard to be happy.
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I saw this play in 2019 and was blown away by the audience interaction and the blend of comedy and drama. I loved being able to read the stage directions and examples of what the original actor did ... Read full review
I saw this play at my State Competition here in Wyoming only 2015. I think some girl from Green River or Jackson Hole was performing it. Any who, I didn't want to see it. Because the tittle put me in a head locked idea of how this is show is only going to remind me of all the total bull crap I had/have/still freaking am going through. But, never the less, I went, with my headphones in my ears, and my hood up, dreadfully waiting the stereotypical "It'll be O.K." message.
And holy mother of God, I was fricking wrong.
1. It is still the only form of acting that has ever made me cry. (It even beat the season 2 finale of Doctor Who)
2. It opened my eyes to a lot of crap the I and many many others that saw needed to see.
3. I (and a few others) ended up making or own "Brilliant" lists. And whether or not those friends have kept their lists going, It made us think, and got us to do something, it made us focus on the positive when all we could see was negative.
POINT IS: I highly encourage people reading or watching this, it's 100% fantastic, in every way...unless you're against audience participation.