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comedy · broads' word ensemble · world premiere · United States of America

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June 14, 2016 certified reviewer

What I liked

One of very few shows “with a message” that never once felt Preachy. Everything about this show was authentic, truthful, and riveting (not to mention hilarious). I have seen some great Fringe shows, performances, scripts, and thought-provokers, but can’t remember the last time I left a Fringe show wanting to spread the word as vocally as “Must Be Comfortable With.”

What I didn't like

Honestly, this show was too SHORT! Our performance clocked in at 46 minutes, and I felt like there was time for one more poignant vignette. The short scene style felt like it was 1 or 2 scenes short of being a complete show, and I would love to see “Must Be Comfortable With” continue as an evolving piece of theatre, adding some more tales of actual experiences and turning the status quo even further on it’s head.

My overall impression

FEMINISM! ~& that’s more than okay; that’s necessary.

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