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reviews

Praise for 
SCUM: a manifesto

Raise the Hammer (Hamilton)

"This is an irreverent show, which

at times had me admitting to room full of strangers that I was a turd. It was fun. I was a little stunned, but will never forget my experience.

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You can see this show because you despise hate speech. You can see this show because you support feminism. Or you could see this show because you want a good laugh. It really doesn’t what matter the reason is, I would recommend that you see this show

soon." -Brian Boodhoo

Vue Weekly (Edmonton)

"The witty and sharp S.E. Grummett and Caitlin Zacharias jump seamlessly between the conflict of the modern women reading the manifesto and the tension between Solanas and Warhol of the past. The show presents a self-awareness that comes with its cheeky sometimes crude jokes, but slowly exposes its violent side as the well-paced conflict erupts."                     -Michelle Guthrie

Vue Weekly (Edmonton)

Cult Montreal

"The script is delivered with expert timing and energy, balancing the characters’ passions, frustrations and fluctuations of confidence with empathy and comedic flair. Shining a light on the still-fraught relationships between the sexes is always a relevant pastime, and this tightly produced dark comedy will make individuals of every gender laugh as much as it makes them squirm." 

"IMPOSSIBLE TO LET YOUR MIND DRIFT OFF OR WANDER" 
(Montreal Theatre Hub)
“THE PERFORMANCES ARE LIVELY,
FEARLESS, ANGRY & IRREVERENT”
(Slotkin Letter)
“SUCH BRAVE THEATRE, IS SO RARELY SEEN HERE”
(VIEW Magazine)

MonkeyBiz (Hamilton)

"Caitlin Zacharias shines as the crude would-be revolutionary, delivering a strong and shocking and sometimes poignant portrayal of the woman who shot Andy Warhol. S.E. Grummett plays pop artist Andy Warhol and takes centre stage in the present day segments with her hilarious portrayal of the newly radicalized

student."    -CCMA

Montreal Theatre Hub

"The two actresses display excellent stage presence and a dynamic presence that fills the room, compensating for the sparseness of the set. The production was truly created in the spirit of the Fringe, as they demonstrate how so much can be conveyed without relying on props, elaborate costumes or sets."

-Anya Leibovitch