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Alexa, Turn Off Heartbreak

comedy · erickson & boggs · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America

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BRYAN KETT certified reviewer June 22, 2018
Erickson and Boggs intertwine crippling, relatable romantic scenarios with such humor and poignancy that the audience can't help but to feel a catharsis.... full review
CHRISTOPHER PIEHLER certified reviewer June 22, 2018
This a funny, self-deprecating look at how two women deal with breakups. The performers seemed to truly enjoy being onstage with each other.... full review
JESSICA LITTLEFIELD June 22, 2018
tagged as: funny · sad · Los Angeles · Tinder · comedians
Do not let the pop title throw you off, this is a very serious piece of comedic and dramatic theater. In fact, though some stories in the show are probably very personal, I can see generations of college girls buying a copy at Samuel French and combing through for monologues. I hope to hear that this play goes up with the original performers at other Festivals and theatres around the world! As an LA girl, I understood every line and have had many similar experiences.... full review
LAURA JO TREXLER certified reviewer June 22, 2018
tagged as: funny · endearing · comedy · relantionships · honest
These women are hilarious, fun, endearing and genuine, making them a joy to watch on stage! “Alexa, replay this show for me so I can see it again and laugh!” ... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 22, 2018
tagged as: heartbreak · comedy · brillian acting
Sasha Boggs and Tara Erickson are heartbroken, but they are brilliant comedic actresses as well. They have a way of turning their pain into our entertainment and edification, truly reflecting that laughter is the best medicine. We laugh out loud to their zany antics because we know that we have likewise been through that darkness, and hopefully all come back out into the light. ... full review
HONORA TALBOTT certified reviewer June 22, 2018
tagged as: Love · comedy duo · Sketch Comedy · hilarious
Tara and Sasha are an absolutely fabulous comedic duo, whose show about heartbreak feels fresh, biting, clever and surprisingly heartfelt and honest. Their chemistry is undeniable and not only are they great comedians who will hit you with jokes, but they'll also move you with raw, vulnerable monologues. A must see!... full review
COOPER BATES certified reviewer June 22, 2018
Alexia Turn Off Heartbreak. LOL, even Alexa could not help them. This show chronicles two women who's life seems to be "if they didn't have bad luck, they'd have no luck at all with love." Fortunately for use we get to see how they deal with their love misfortunes. ... full review
SARAH ROSE REYNOLDS certified reviewer June 21, 2018
Woohoo! Yes! What a fantastic show! You've got 2 excellent actors who are equally skilled at comedy AND drama (which is hard to find). Really strong script that kept me entertained throughout the entire show. Loved the singing and the character work!... full review
ELIZABETH CATES certified reviewer June 21, 2018
Sasha and Tara deliver a heartfelt and hilarious depiction of that limbo period right after a break up. I was so happy to have caught this show. My friend and I were entertained the entire time and probably could have used another hour. It was like therapy but much cheaper!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 21, 2018
An incredibly funny show. Very well written. Sasha Boggs and Tara Erickson do an amazing job showing what dating life in LA can be like. Their brand of humor is captivating and on point. Five Stars.... full review

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