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Human Telegraphs - Season 1

USA 2017 - 2021
produced by
Fern Lim, Kayla Conroy, Rachel Kay Barclay for Three Bright Lights Productions
directed by Kayla Conroy
starring Kayla Conroy, Fern Lim, Rachel Kay Barclay, Yuval David, Damian Thompson, Jordan Loew, Lori Funk, Marc Osian, Diana Suko, Trip Rockafellow, Sally Stewart, Simone Norman, Kisha Peart, John DeSilvestri, William Andrew Brewer, Benjamin Oduro, Caroline Duncan, Justin L. Wilson, Reese Grande, Samuel María Gómez, Jamie Forbes, Jagan Badvel, Lindsay Brice, Laura Daniel, Richard Lear, Damien Bosco, Karina Sindicich, Quentin, Malcolm Stephenson, Tom Nacy Warner, Susan McBrien, MJ Roche, Marjorie Ocho Kouns, Natasha Demosthene, Kurt Bantilan, Desiree Caprice, Daniel Boyd Yahraes, Toni Allen, Gabriel Awan, Kwame Michael Remy
written and created by Rachel Kay Barclay


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Three girls, bossy Trisha (Fern Lim), small-fry actress Margot (Kayla Conroy), and playwright Lily (Rachel Kay Barclay), have just been evicted from their New York apartment, so they have to come up with a plan to make enough money to be able to afford a new place - and thus create a business being human telegraphs, delivering all kinds of messages to people in person, read out loudly, and often wearing silly costumes - which not always ends too well, but it gets them down payment on the place of their dreams. Still, they have to navigate their way through their lives between delivering messages as well, be it auditions gone wrong, failed theatre productions, or shitty dates. Eventually, the chance of their lifetime pops up out of nowhere, to perform a mini-play at the birthday party of one of the town's greatest avant garde artists - if they succeed, their business should sky-rocket, but unfortunately there are too many aspects about that that can go wrong ...


Despite its somewhat far-fetched premise, this is basically a slice-of-life comedy series - and it's very good at that as well, as the three leads fill their roles well, come across as suitably bubbly and likeable while showing great talent for comedy, the writing is witty without going too over-the-top, and the direction is suitably subtle, all making for pretty cool serialized comedy.



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