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EXORCISTIC: the Rock Musical Parody Experiment

musicals and operas · orgasmico theatre company · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States

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ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 16, 2013
This show ROCKS!!!!!!!!!... full review
JENNI SANTAMARIA certified reviewer June 20, 2013
Hilarious!... full review
DEAN JACOBSON certified reviewer June 28, 2013
Bombastic music with comic subtleties. The cast really knew how to use their bodies. And voices. Some serious singing talent here. Brilliantly directed by Pat Towne. Really hot, well-integrated live musicians. My face hurt in a good way, all the way through.... full review
SCATHACH COTTER certified reviewer June 25, 2013
A sinfully good time. Exorcistic took an iconic curse horror movie and made fun of it, and hollywood. All while maintaining the edge of rock and roll, and a tinge of horror. You might want to bring your rosary just in case. You can check out my full review here: full review
FRANCI MONTGOMERY uncertified reviewer June 11, 2013
Super fun, high energy show with a killer cast. Sperazza is an insane power house. Highly recommend it! ... full review
SARA DAVENPORT uncertified reviewer June 11, 2013
I thoroughly enjoyed the show. As some other reviewers have mentioned, Laura Sperazza is amazing! The only problems I had with the show are purely technical. Sometimes it was difficult to fully hear the songs because the music was loud and the mics would sometimes make the words a bit fuzzy. All the acting was great. ... full review
DANE BOWMAN uncertified reviewer June 13, 2013
I saw orgasmico's production "Doomsday Cabaret" last year, which I loved, in fact it's what made me look them up this year to see if they were doing a show. I saw the opening night of "Exorcistic" and it was Effin Fantastic! The band blew me away, the songs were incredible, the story and plot were awesome, but most amazing was the cast. There was not one weak link in the group, in fact I would venture to say they challenged each other to be better and better, my two favorites were Laura Sperrazza and Sara Chaney, damn are they Great!! Michael shaw Fisher has a gift for writing dialogue and songs. This show is not a Go, it is a Have To Go!... full review