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How To Be A Rock Star

musicals and operas · what is "phone rings, door chimes, in comes?" · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · 90 mins · United States of America

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DREW PETRIELLO certified reviewer June 09, 2019
This show is unlike anything you will ever experience. All I have to say is that you should go check it out and just sit along for the odd, perplexing, and heartfelt ride.... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER encore judge certified reviewer June 14, 2019
This show was an absolute blast. Awkward, funny, and lighthearted. Pokes fun at itself and the entirety of Fringe. So Fringey and so fun. The dry humor was an absolute blast.... full review
KIM PRINCE certified reviewer June 15, 2019
tagged as: Unusual · endearing · creative · unpredictable
From previous reviews and being familiar with Sam's work, I expected it to be weird, but even I was surprised by some of the antics he had built into this show. Sam presents How to Be a Rock Star as a retrospective of his evolution as an artist, sharing the mundane details behind the composition of seemingly profound songs. ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 15, 2019
tagged as: painful
I can’t get that 90 minutes back! Nothing about this tied to being a rock star....or tied to anything, except some extremely long meditation that ended up attempting to lead the audience to an orgasm...which was just strange. I couldn’t get out fast enough. ... full review
ALAN MCFARLAND June 09, 2019
tagged as: waste of time · Crap
Some one-man shows are amazing, some are really lame. This one falls into the latter category. There was some laughter during the show, but it was of the awkward, embarrassed sort. Mostly the feeling was just WTF is this guy doing? Ultimately a pointless waste of time. ... full review
JESSIE KNOWLES certified reviewer June 15, 2019
tagged as: Different · unique · hilarious
This show had me feeling pleasure 10 times deeper than I ever imagined possible. I feel like I didn't just see a show, I had an experience with my fellow audience members with Sam as our unexpected yet very capable guide. It was delightful. By the end, I couldn't contain my laughter and... my pleasure. ... full review
CHARLES MCCARTHY certified reviewer June 14, 2019
I left this show feeling like a new woman! It's a lot of fun and exactly what the Fringe Fest promises: something interesting and entertaining that you haven't seen or experienced before that you might never see anywhere else. ... full review
JOHN GONZALES certified reviewer June 10, 2019
tagged as: comedy · absurd · fun
-For a frustrated garage rock star and lover of absurd comedy, this show totally gets me. I thoroughly enjoyed it! After the show, my head smelled like latex and, strangely, there is now nothing Sam Pocker can say that I won't agree with... hmmmmmm.... full review

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