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Here are the reviews:
Chris Silk: Florida Rep enrolls sellout crowd in 'Social Security'
I had the (good?) fortune to sit in front of a some young folks who screamed and howled at the sight of old folks getting it on. When David S. Howard and sassy Ann D. Hurst snuggled on the couch I heard yelps of "YOU GO GET IT GRANDMA!" right behind me. Best. Audience. Ever. If the show seems mechanical, it is. Andrew Bergman's script (and Robert Cacioppo's direction) moves characters through the paces in methodical fashion. But it is still hilarious. Look for Carrie Lund and Mark Lanier as droll, drop-dead funny in-laws. http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2013/nov/04/review-social-security-florida-rep-fort-myers/
Charles Runnells: Florida Rep season opens with laugh in Fort Myers
“Social Security” might not be the most profound comedy out there – think “sitcom” with a smidge more adult language and sex – but it’s a reliable laugh machine that keeps you chuckling, and often full-on guffawing, from start to finish. http://www.news-press.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013311010010
Nancy Stetson: What are we going to do about Mother?
For many, there are probably no four words in the human language scarier than: “Mom’s coming to visit.” Except for maybe these six: “Mom’s coming to live with us.” In “Social Security,” playing at the Florida Repertory Theatre through Nov. 20, two sisters grapple with the age-old problem of What To Do About Mom. http://fortmyers.floridaweekly.com/news/2013-11-06/Arts_%28and%29_Entertainment_News/What_are_we_going_to_do_about_Mother.html