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All The Best Killers Are Librarians

comedy · the establishment · Ages 16+ · United States of America

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BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ certified reviewer June 10, 2016
tagged as: first date material
An assassin comedy with charming, dry, dark humor and extremely talented actors. Every one of them, serious comedic chops. Really, that's no surprise, considering the previous work that I've seen most of, if not all, these actors in. Each character has a very unique, quirky personality is fully flushed out and advances the story forward with nearly every line. The fight sequences are fun, but for me, there's just a couple too many. The knife throws were awesome the first three times for me... I just have a thing with sticking to three. There are some clever twists and turns. But my favorite scene... when the acid and gas masks come on. So... obviously.... a great first date. Go see it, you'll have a great time.... full review
KURT GARDNER blogcritics, artsbeatla certified reviewer June 17, 2016
Winner of Season Ten of Sacred Fools’ ongoing “Serial Killers” competition, this action comedy spins the amusing notion that librarians, behind those horn-rimmed glasses and beneath the proper woolen knee-length dresses, possess a knack for homicide as surely as they know the Dewey Decimal System.... full review
PATRICK CHAVIS certified reviewer June 12, 2016
http://latheatrebites.com/best-killers-librarians-sacred-fools-hollywood-review/... full review
KAT MICHELS certified reviewer June 14, 2016
tagged as: #SeeItLa
It is clear why this show won season 10 of Sacred Fool’s “Serial Killers.” It is well written, witty and the dark humor is killer … see what I did there. Sorry, couldn’t help myself. At any rate, the performances are top notch. Lauren Van Kurin as the lead Margo and Eric Giancoli as Lancaster the evil Establishment boss, play off of each beautifully. He is the ultimate dead-pan straight man and Van Kurin’s naivete - even after murdering people - is adorable. The supporting cast, who all play multiple roles are as solid as you can get, each playing a big part in the stage combat. This brings me to the thing that impressed me the most about this production, the stage combat. Was it all executed flawlessly, of course not. But it was clean, i... full review
BOB LEGGETT indie voice blog certified reviewer June 17, 2016
Definiely see it - LVK is smoking hot and too much fun to miss, but watch out for Mrs. White. . .... full review
RYAN LUEVANO uncertified reviewer June 18, 2016
Anyone who loves a good assassin movie will appreciate the premise of Bob DeRosa’s new play All the Best Killers Are Librarians. The plot concerns a shy librarian named Margo who meets a man who hires and trains the best assassins, convinced she is a natural born killer, she’s recruited into his action-packed world of professional assassinations, international intrigue, and forbidden romance. . . CLICK ‘Original Article’ FOR FULL REVIEW ON TIN PAN L.A.... full review

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