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The Fabulous Fables of Aesop

musicals and operas · showorks entertainment · Ages 5+ · family friendly · South Africa

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J.J. ALEMANY certified reviewer June 05, 2017
This is a play that is very wise,funny and entertaining ! Absolutely brilliant !!! If you are in L.A. looking for something fresh and positive , GO SEE IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!... full review
CONNOR KEENE certified reviewer June 10, 2017
Bring the kids! You will be glad you did. There are so few shows here at the Fringe that one can really bring the whole family to, and this is likely the very best offering you'll see. Coming from a sellout run in Santa Monica, I worry this little gem might be overlooked in the sea of the Fringe. However, this is a wonderful example of precisely what the Fringe is for. You might be a bit curious as the show gets going, but it quickly hits its stride as they enter the first telling of several fables, each with an adorable moral value, and each performed with unabashed commitment necessary for children's theatre. As I said, this show thrives on having children in the audience. The few that were there today leapt straight in, responding to the ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2017
A must see for any kid. The characters as super fun and all the actors have beautiful voices. There are numerous subtle life lessons taught through Aesop's fables and the play ends with a very sweet message. ... full review
SUSAN FISHER certified reviewer June 11, 2017
Enjoyable family fare with some clever adult references . Good actors working well as an ensemble.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 12, 2017
Its really fun for everyone!... full review
SANDRA LENA certified reviewer June 17, 2017
tagged as: great · educative · laugh · fun · Talent · inspiring · helpful
My impression was fantastic. I was amazed by the charismatic personality of all the actors to bring to life this fables including a good thoughtful message while captivating the kids at the same time. The talent I have seen in this show impressed me, the four actors captivated the audience with their talented acting, dancing, and singing. ... full review
JAMES SCHNEIDER certified reviewer June 18, 2017
tagged as: children · fables · classic · modern · singing · kids theatre
Finely-tuned performances breathe life into the classic, and sometimes, forgotten fables. ... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY thetvolution.com certified reviewer June 26, 2017
A SILVER MEDAL... full review

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