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Asshole: A Tragedy

comedy · vincent lacey · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America

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BRENDAN WEINHOLD June 24, 2018
tagged as: Sketch Comedy · disease · bowels · poop
Sincerely ridiculous and ridiculously sincere. A lot of fun from beginning to end, and really hangs together well.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 24, 2018
I knew what was going on when I bought my tickets but I was not a fan of what I saw.... full review
STEVE WRIGHT June 23, 2018
This black comedy is fearlessly honest and constantly hilarious about an awkward, painful, incurable (so far), and conversationally taboo subject: Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Who else on this planet of 7+ billion souls could have been so direct, so unapologetic, and so incredibly damn funny about IBS as the creator and lead performer of the play, Vincent Lacey? Answer: No one. Lacey tells his own story, surrounded by a cast of four brilliant female comedians. The audience was laughing from the opening handstand set piece on. Music! Dance! Acrobatics! Satire! Poop jokes! Don't be afraid of the toilet stool at center stage. See this unforgettable play and laugh your ass off (probably an unfortunate figure of speech in this particular ins... full review
JERRY HERNANDEZ certified reviewer June 22, 2018
I love the show. It's hilarious and so personal. ... full review
MANDY BICS certified reviewer June 16, 2018
tagged as: surprising · delightful · honest · hilarious · blunt · gross
I wasn’t exactly sure what I was getting myself into, but I knew it might be uncomfortable. What I didn’t expect was how funny and honest it would be! A suprise to see such and uncomfortable topic talk about in such a delightful way with song, dance, and amazing characters!... full review
JOY MAMEY certified reviewer June 16, 2018
tagged as: funny · gross · silly · comedy · biographical
Very fun and silly show. Pretty gross, but the effects were so goofy the audience couldn't stop laughing. Vincent Lacy's very enjoyable biographical piece about being up front about IBS, instead of hiding a disease many adults have was refreshing, aside from the fact I wanted to take a shower afterwards. It was about one man's journey, and it was wonderful to see so many funny female comedians be showcased in his story. ... full review
PATRICK ALBANESIUS certified reviewer June 16, 2018
tagged as: comedy · music · poop
One man's painful tale of having IBS, and the lengths he goes through to try and get rid of it. Told with humor and compassion.... full review

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