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Four Clowns presents Me Rich You Learn

dance & physical theatre · four clowns · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States

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JESS LACHER certified reviewer June 25, 2013
This is a fantastic, strange, and memorable adventure. One of my favorite shows in a long time!... full review
ALEX HUNTER June 08, 2013
Didn't know what to expect from this year's 4 Clown (no clown) production. I loved it. Seriously, I can't say enough good things about it, so I will describe it in 5 words: THIS SHOW WAS FUCKING AWESOME. If you don't like may have no soul and/or need a hug. That is all.... full review
Zach and Adam are hilarious. Me Rich You Learn is unlike any other show you have or will see. It is a fantastical combination of physical and witty humor, with the occasional fart joke mixed it. If you've seen Zach and Adam perform before, you will pee your pants. If you haven't seen them perform before, you will pee your pants. Their energy and stage presence is awesome. You will leave quoting these guys. I would see this show over and over again. ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 08, 2013
Amazing! So clever and weird and funny.... full review
ANDREW VIZCARRA certified reviewer June 08, 2013
If you only go to one show throughout Fringe (and I hope you go to many) this is the one that you should see!!!!!! Zach and Adam are so great together. The show is unconventional in the sense that it takes place onstage, backstage and in your face. There is audience participation and a lots of surprises. But most of all, the writing and direction are perfectly on key with the incredible ranges of Zach and Adam's acting skills. The line between improvisation and scripted routines are really transparent. Zach and Adam really give everything they got in this outrageous performance. Prepare to laugh your ass off and enjoy a truly unique experience in theatre. The Four Clowns really brought the goods this year. It's no surprise that this s... full review
I have followed Adam Carpenter and Zach Steele in the "Book Club" series on Funny or Die and Comedy Central online (I HIGHLY recommend these by the way), so of course I jumped at the chance to see them live. No one could have prepared me for how hard I would laugh! I absolutely loved the show. It hit all the right notes of physical comedy, word play, satire, and dark comedy. I dare you to find another live performance that incorporates blood, scrunchies, and taxes! Well, unless they make a live play of American Psycho I guess. The chemistry between Carpenter and Steele is next level, and they both exude unbelievable energy in this live show. Words fail me in describing how mesmerizing they are. They move seamlessly from silly to intense ... full review
HOLT BAILEY certified reviewer June 25, 2013
Truly a brilliant show. One of the best I've seen in awhile. Impossible to describe, but hilarious from start to finish. What starts, seemingly, as a comedic riff on a tax seminar devolves into madness by the show's end. The physicality of the performers mixed with the delightful absurdity of the show had me, literally, convulsing with laughter. You do not want to miss this show, if only to see "Princess Baby" being weighed on stage using one of the actors as a scale. GO SEE IT!... full review
If you have never seen the Four Clowns before you have to go! It really is an experience and a fun one at that. They are one of the most innovative groups in town. This show, was a lot of fun and featured some great character work and obvious dedication. ... full review
MICHAEL DAVIS June 14, 2013
A while back, I went to a show where puppies were tickling kittens and my favorite sex partner was tickling a massage onto me and I was on ecstasy and when I got to the show, I automatically won the power ball lottery. That show paled in comparison to the good feelings I got after watching ME RICH, YOU LEARN. I left this show quoting it to my friends. I took lines from this show and said them to my dad (pretending I came up with them myself, of course). I left this show and literally called my dad and recited it and when he asked where I heard that I said, "I just came up with it." My dad thinks I'm a genius. I am not sorry that I saw this show. Not at all.... full review

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