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Nickel Dickers: A Hollywood Origins Story

comedy · dennerino productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 02, 2018
Outstanding. Very clever comedy. ... full review
MISTY MONROE CLARK certified reviewer June 02, 2018
tagged as: witty · entertaining · funny
Smart. Fast-paced, rich dialogue and some very funny moments. I loved the quick wit and overall message of a it. ... full review
CARTER DENNY certified reviewer June 09, 2018
Hysterical, fast-moving show with exceptionally clever language featuring the escapades of two swindling Hollywood producers.... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 09, 2018
This is very worth seeing! Me and my boyfriend were laughing pretty much the whole time- super fast pace and felt like every line was a joke. Would see more than once.... full review
ERYN STEVENSON certified reviewer June 09, 2018
tagged as: funny · fast moving · satire
Hilarious! This was honestly one of the better written and acted shows I’ve seen in a while. Great ensemble, excellent timing and very funny dialogue. I’m a Hollywood history buff and the references had me cracking up- very funny.... full review
BILLY RAY BREWTON uncertified reviewer June 15, 2018
NICKEL DICKERS is an over-the-top, raunchy, high-spirited send-up of Old Hollywood mentalities that lampoons much about current industry trends. The show exists somewhere between past and present, and once you latch on to that, it's easy to enjoy the ride. When the writing pops, it REALLY pops, and it's a breezy, uproarious 45-minutes, to say the least.... full review
DEVIN MURPHY certified reviewer June 11, 2018
A farce in the purest sense of the word, Nickel Dickers excels at satirizing the Studio System with an old-timey panache that screams Golden Age Hollywood, while simultaneously boiling down the misogyny, racism, nepotism, and indentured servitude of the ole' times into a surprisingly funny and relevant take on the lasting implications of the system now carrying modern Hollywood into a reckoning with the #MeToo movement. The show revels in the dense dialogue and joke-a-second approach of modern TV comedies such as 30 Rock and Brooklyn Nine-Nine while constantly stretching audience comfort and expectations to varying degrees of disgust and delight. Expect to see multiple hot takes on Rock Hudson, Marilyn Monroe, animal buddy pictures, and eve... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2018
The first half was great, the second half was mostly garbage.... full review