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BUG is held over due to popular demand!
One performance has been added on Saturday September 5 at 8pm

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Bug " ... is a triumph for both Evening Star Productions and Infinite Abyss."  Kathryn Ryan, EDGE Miami
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"This sensational coproduction between Wilton Manors’ Infinite Abyss and Boca Raton’s Evening Star Productions offers one of the most visceral, most alive theatrical experiences of the year. It’s a show that, like the probably imagined but plausibly real insects of the title, will get under your skin and stay there."  John Thomason, New Times
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"The cast negotiate the shifting rhythms and big bounces of "Bug" well. This is especially tricky and therefore admirable when Letts' script, at two hours including a 15-minute intermission, seems to recline and stretch its legs when it should be gathering its things and leaving. Only in retrospect do you realize this was a ruse, to throw you off before the detritus of the final scene ..."  Rod Hagwood, Southflorida.com
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"Paranoia, violence and delusions make for a resonant play at the Abyss Stage."  Christine Dolen, Miami Herald
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http://www.miamiherald.com/entertainment/performing-arts/article31107254.html   

" ... the most effective set piece occurs late in the play as Bruno successfully convinces the emotionally needy Dalton that his delusions are real about government conspiracies to infect human guinea pigs with the titular creatures. Once Dalton’s character buys in, she commits so completely to the insanity that she propels the conspiracy scenario into hyper-drive with apocalyptic results. ... as Peter seduces Agnes into his madness are surprisingly terrifying as Grant, Dalton and Bruno make the conversion unsettlingly credible, quite an accomplishment."  Bill Hirschman, floridatheatreonstage.com
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http://www.floridatheateronstage.com/reviews/uneven-but-unsettling-bug-this-is-how-the-world-ends-with-a-bang-and-a-whimper
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