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Shitty Awful Everything

comedy · delusions of grandeur · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 04, 2016
tagged as: goofy · off beat · irreverent · wild · surprising
It's a fun show that has a lot to offer people in terms of off-the-wall comedy, it wasn't for me, but I feel others will enjoy it!... full review
JAMES CALVERT certified reviewer June 04, 2016
tagged as: irreverent · fun · smart · zippy
Terrific!... full review
The right kind of fucked up, and super funny. It's like better than sex cake because it is. But oddly enough, you'll still want some better than sex cake.... full review
FRANK RADA certified reviewer June 04, 2016
tagged as: funny · bloody · entertaining · wickedly funny
Shitty Awful Everything is exactly not that. It is an hour that will have you laughing, even as you’re drenched in blood. Or at least moistened by blood. It is, well, what is it exactly? Imagine a play, Orpheus and Eurydices performed in the 1920’s, cast with the Marx Brothers and other vaudeville veterans heavily influenced by Monty Python, Tchaikovsky, Bunuel, Animaniacs, and directed by Sam Peckinpah during a weekend Meth bender. And did I mention blood? 
There is blood. Like The Wild Bunch, only funnier. I loved it.... full review
BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Shitty Awful Everything is a totally trippy play that embraces meta conventions, intertexuality and postmodern absurdism.... full review
SHERRY LYNN June 05, 2016
A thoroughly fun ride! Wasn't sure what to expect when I was invited... but I sat here with a smile on my face throughout. I encourage you to see this one!!!... full review
SAMANTHA SIMMONDS-RONCEROS certified reviewer June 06, 2016
I honestly still can’t stop thinking about this show…it’s that brilliant…genius in fact. You have to see this show!!! See my full review at full review
My full review: QUOTE: "And in the end, when I was finished laughed, I thought a little. And felt a little. Which is more than many plays deliver. So--bravo!"... full review
GIANNA PETERS June 17, 2016
tagged as: funny · hilarious · Bold · Brave · awesome
It was bizarre show (which I expect from Fringe), but it took so many brave choices in its storytelling and staging and acting. All around a great experience. More shows like this please! ... full review
tagged as: funny · weird · drugs · strange · laugh out loud
It was "out there" and I mean that in the best sense possible. I'd recommend to anyone who likes to see shows with an added dose of "medicine". Wish it was longer, but very happy with show as a whole. ... full review

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