Alexa, Turn Off Heartbreak

comedy · erickson & boggs · Ages 18+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America

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SPENCER FRANKEBERGER · June 13, 2018
Tara and Sasha (sp?) are both powerhouse comediennes who tell a funny story that is also heartbreaking (pun intended, of course) at times and ultimately fully cathartic for all walks of life who have ever been through a depressive phase, whether with break-ups or otherwise.... full review

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EMMA FAZZUOLI certified reviewer · June 12, 2018
Hilarious insight into the minds of females going through a breakup! Tara and Sasha have wonderful chemistry and have written a fast paced relatable show that has you laughing and crying. ... full review

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ALON DINA · June 12, 2018
Hilarious show about relationships, mixing stand up and sketch for a fantastic time... full review

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MISTY MONROE CLARK certified reviewer · June 12, 2018
tagged as: strong acting · witty · hilalrious
Funny! Tara and Sasha are excellent actresses. The writing is very strong and witty. Put this show on your Fringe schedule!... full review

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KATHERINE CURTIS certified reviewer · June 13, 2018
tagged as: funny · breakups · relationships. · Dating · Love
"Alexa, Turn Off Heartbreak" will make you laugh until you cry, and cry until you laugh. I loved it so much I am seriously considering buying a second ticket and seeing it again.... full review

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MIKE REYES certified reviewer · June 13, 2018
tagged as: Duo · storytelling · funny · heartbreak
The dynamic duo of Tara Erickson and Sasha Boggs are simply electric, ALEXA,TURN OFF HEARTBREAK is a sincere and honest show that chronicles the effects of a breakup and the range of emotions that come with it. Hilarious and full of heart, presented with a mixture of storytelling, sketch and song. This show will leave you with such a sense of genuine authenticity, I simply cannot recommend it enough. ... full review

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ACQUAH DANSOH certified reviewer · June 12, 2018
I loved this show, for so many reasons one of them being their honesty about relationships and their ability to laugh at themselves. ATOH gives you a peek into what it's like dating in the modern age from a female perspective, and you either laughed and thought "Thank God I have my significant other" or "Oh my God I can totally relate" either way its a great story from start to finish. It never lags, they keep a furious comedic pace through out the whole show until they breakdown with their moments of truth in dating, WHICH IS BRUTAL! Not brutal in a bad way, but in that I just wanted to give characters hugs and eat ice cream with them. Tara and Sasha brought a real raw emotion with them in this show, and it was undeniably sobering but also ... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 02, 2018
tagged as: Sketch Comedy · music · Dating · sex · Relationships · comedy
Hilarious, fast paced, with a message that is heartfelt and honest. ... full review

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JESSICA LITTLEFIELD · June 22, 2018
tagged as: comedians · Tinder · Los Angeles · sad · funny
Do not let the pop title throw you off, this is a very serious piece of comedic and dramatic theater. In fact, though some stories in the show are probably very personal, I can see generations of college girls buying a copy at Samuel French and combing through for monologues. I hope to hear that this play goes up with the original performers at other Festivals and theatres around the world! As an LA girl, I understood every line and have had many similar experiences.... full review

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DENZIL MEYERS certified reviewer · June 02, 2018
tagged as: survivors · breakup · funny
Ha ha these gals are hilarious. One of their ex-es, a sweaty wrestler type, was laughing his head off in the front row. His current girl friend kept shooting him evil looks. That's got to be a sign of success!... full review

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