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Thanks A Lot: My Gratitusical!

comedy · foolsicals · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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ROB NAGLE certified reviewer June 05, 2016
By the end, my eyes were filled with tears from laughing so much. Rebecca (and Richard) are wonderful. Go see this one. It's hilarious, a good time, and damn... gurl can sing.... full review
ED GOODMAN June 18, 2016
NICK METSON certified reviewer June 06, 2016
tagged as: funny. Musical.
Great show. Brilliantly performed.... full review
JAIME ANDREWS certified reviewer June 13, 2016
A really fun skewering of the egotism of one-person shows!... full review
SETH RESNIK certified reviewer June 14, 2016
Rebecca Larsen is the illegitimate love child of Bernadette Peters & Spinal Tap, raised by Judy Garland & Lenny Bruce. Levinson grounds the mix with smart musicianship and the perfect sidekick deadpan.... full review
IAN FEDERGREEN certified reviewer June 14, 2016
I first saw Rebecca Larsen in a short show that was funny, moving, and beautiful. When another actress took over, I realized the show was stupid and it was Larsen herself who was funny, moving, and beautiful. Here, she plays Beryl Swiver, a slightly self-involved chanteuse whose life story "just so happens" to set up clever, tuneful trunk songs from Richard Levinson (also accompanying). Larsen is a riot and sings beautifully. But the real magic is watching her walk the tightrope between real person and caricature and never once fall. She can land dick jokes with the best of them, while also finding subtler laughs- like a priceless look of relief, when, in a drawn out intro, she finally gets to a word she understands- sexuality. Call me a Ber... full review
KEITH BERKES certified reviewer June 16, 2016
The greatest one woman show I have ever seen!... full review
NIKKI MULLER certified reviewer June 18, 2016
A wonderfully entertaining way to spend 50 minutes and perfect send up of the genre! It was pretty much delightfully silly, and the perfect under-hour length with zero fat. Find the way to fit this little puzzle piece of a show into the matrix of your Fringe viewing and you'll be glad you did!... full review
LES KURKENDAALSTRAVELS@YAHOO.COM June 05, 2016
If you want an hour of laughs from start to finish you must see this show . Rebecca's timing was spot on .... full review
LES KURKENDAALSTRAVELS@YAHOO.COM June 05, 2016
If you want an hour of laughs from start to finish you must see this show . Rebecca's timing was spot on .... full review

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