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Andy: The Red-nosed Warhola

immersive theatre · ezra buzzington · Ages 19+ · United States of America

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TONY FRANKEL stage and cinema certified reviewer June 12, 2017
A phenomenal Fringe experience in Andy Warhol's words. See my review.... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer June 12, 2017
Impressive, clever, witty, and thought-provoking, the show is loads of fun and should be worth a look if you've got an extra 30 minutes in your schedule. ... full review
BRUCE PINER certified reviewer June 18, 2017
The actors, Kara Emry (Warhol), Krista Conti ("model"), and Will McMichael ("model") are simply brilliant in that way that only the most skilled, seasoned, well rehearsed, and highly talented actors are easily able to realize the printed word. Their timing is spot-on. Go to this wonderful, goofy, profound theatre piece.... full review
NATASHA LEWIN certified reviewer June 17, 2017
Super glad I found this show! All Warhol's words! Whoa! Well cast too! Impressive memorization! Loved it!... full review
PAUL MAJOR certified reviewer June 19, 2017
tagged as: warhol · Fringey · avante-garde
This is a great way to knock out 30 minutes while you’re enjoying Fringe that also provides some insight. In a lot of ways this is a sort of ‘ideal’ Fringe show, in my mind; an avant-garde playground that offers some legitimate mental sustenance. I recommend it!... full review
JEFF LAUB certified reviewer June 20, 2017
The type of show Fringe is all about: original, inventive, and involving. Not quite immersive, but not just a regular show, either. The dialogue crackles as the performers banter back and forth, keeping things moving in this brisk, entertaining show.... full review
EDWARD GOODMAN certified reviewer June 20, 2017
In case you forgot what Fringe could be, Ezra Buzzington steps in and delivers the goods. Funny, sad, machine gun quick, the cast is great, the premise is simple and extremely satisfying, and the gallery is full of funky art. One of my favorites. ... full review
TIM MITTAN certified reviewer June 20, 2017
I have to say this is one of the best shows I saw while attending Fringe this year. It was so captivating, vibrant and well acted. The energy of the talented cast made the show!... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY thetvolution.com certified reviewer June 15, 2017
see my full article... full review
ASHLEY STEED stage raw and la bitter lemons certified reviewer June 22, 2017
When Andy Warhol died in 1987, Ezra Buzzington (director, and godfather of the Hollywood Fringe) was inspired to create a piece based on Warhol’s writings and diaries. What he’s created is a wild exploration of a fascinating and baffling person who was rife with anxiety. Warhol’s mother once told him, “Don’t be pushy, but let everyone know you’re around.” This mantra is evident throughout the piece. Performed in the store window of the LA-LA Land Gallery (and surrounded by pop art), this is a perfect setting for Warhol’s words about beauty, art, sex, and consumerism. With grey hair, clad in black with dark sunglasses, Kara Emry delivers his words without emotion, leading to many humorous discoveries within the text. Buzzington cleverly... full review