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New Review on Four Clowns presents Me Rich You Learn by Ashley Cotter

Jun 12 @ 4:52 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
This is my first year attending Hollywood Fringe, and Me Rich You Learn was my first show. I was blown away. Zach and Adam remind me of Dean and Jerry. I was laughing from start to finish. I also learned why you don't mess with the IRS... You can read my full review at spencer.cotter.wordpress.... read all
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New Review on A Man of No Importance by Carol Easton

Jun 12 @ 4:35 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
In a very long lifetime of theatergoing, I have rarely seen anything this good. Run, do not walk, to the box office.... read all
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
A comedy magic show with non-stop banter and tricks from two polished pros. It's enjoyable, though my friend and I agreed that the magic was hardly mind-blowing. (One issue might be that they are largely performing close up magic on a huge stage). fringeblog.webs.com ... read all
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New Review on 25 Plays Per Hour by Mark Bell

Jun 12 @ 4:31 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
You get a lot of "snap" when engaging, competent performers bang out 25 mini-dramas in an hour. It never loses steam, which makes for a fun evening of theater! Humor - good doses of that! Sure. Two imaginary muffins sit in an imaginary display case before us. Deciding between them? A Sophie's Choi... read all
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New Review on Philosophy in the Boudoir by Ian Federgreen

Jun 12 @ 4:30 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
A Brazilian theater co. teaches us about the libertine lifestyle. They certainly make good on their promise of full frontal nudity. The show is... interesting. The fringiest fringe show you're likely to find. fringeblog.webs.com ... read all
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
A rock musical retelling of The Exorcist. It's ALSO about the theater troupe putting ON the rock musical retelling of The Exorcist; this makes it overlong and overcomplicated, and I wish that angle had been cut entirely. The songs are fun, though they eventually become indistinguishable. It's the cas... read all
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New Review on The Pokemusical by Ian Federgreen

Jun 12 @ 4:27 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
A musical about Pokemon. This is a fun show with a really talented cast- great comedians and great singers. Plus, they show admirable commitment to their characters, be they tiny monsters or 10-year old boys. The story doesn't quite make sense, but that seems beside the point. There are 100 creative ... read all
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New Review on Two Rooms by Anonymous

Jun 12 @ 4:20 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Two Rooms is a timely portrait of how politics can influence and overwhelm a world gone wrong. It is focused on the kidnapping of an American educator in Beirut, and draws us into the largest conflict facing the world today, The Arab world vs. The West. Belinda Gosbee gives a fine, and emotional pe... read all
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New Review on WHITE HOT by Kara Zoeller

Jun 12 @ 4:11 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
I love when you can come away from an experience debating with your friends about what really happened and what it all meant. There was a touch of the surreal that made you question what you were being shown. The characters were dynamic and polarizing and the dialogue was intense and rapid-fire. E... read all
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New Review on (no static at all) by Aubyn Philabaum

Jun 12 @ 4:02 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Brotherhood, Enlightenment, Steely Dan and The Torah...using music, movement, imagery and humor, Alex Knox weaves a seamless story engaging his audience from his first words to his last.... read all
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New Review on THE OTHER F WORD by Jenn Scuderi Crafts

Jun 12 @ 3:22 PM
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VERDICT: PRETTY GOOD
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New Review on THE OTHER F WORD by Anonymous

Jun 12 @ 3:17 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Smart, funny and engaging production which sheds light on one event from four different perspectives. Well done!... read all
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New Review on The Spolin Players by Michael Farrow

Jun 12 @ 2:48 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
As expert a troupe of improvisers as you'll find anywhere in America. They have not only remained true to Viola Spolin's craft, they have improved upon it (a "Yes, And" adjustment?). ...I heartily recommend it to anyone who wants to see improv in its truest form, performed by professional actors at... read all
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New Review on Luna Noctiluca by Erin Moore

Jun 12 @ 2:20 PM
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VERDICT: NOT MY THING
This show definitely had tons of potential. I suppose we should have started to doubt things when we went to the address on the postcard (619 Formosa) and realized it was a residential area and the actual location was 916 Formosa. Fortunately we had left plenty of time so the location was just a mino... read all
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New Review on The Time Machine Musical by James O'fallon

Jun 12 @ 2:07 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Enjoyed the show, it flew by. It was pure fun throughout, the choreography clever and energetic, the songs tracing an emotional line that connected with me. "Going back to believing" was my favorite, along with "High" and "Endless Spirit", though every cast member had their moments. The staging was w... read all

"How 'bout a game?"

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The rules are simple, you must be 21+ to join us at Three Clubs for this...Dinner Party...Yes, you too can drink, it makes it "immersive", right?!

Skin Jobs

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Friends don't let friends whitewash in SKIN JOBS, a new play about diversity, superhero movies, and two women trying to maintain careers in Hollywood. From the director of the acclaimed Obama-meets-Trump play TRANSITION.

NICKEL DICKERS

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Two Legendary Hollywood Producers navigate neurotic starlets, authoritarian auteurs, the changing times & their own inflated egos in this Forrest Gumpian tale of how two self-obsessed assholes created everything in Hollywood ever. Plus a monkey.