Public Domain: The Musical

conor hanney · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
The narrative didn't really have an arc to it, so digested as more of a cabaret, it has enjoyable bits.... full review

Baccalaureate

sumukh torgalkar · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
"Baccalaureate" provided the intimate experience of one summer, of one love, and of the awkward teenage experience we can all relate to in an intimate space with kindness and humor. ... full review

Swipe Right: The Musical

conor hanney · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
A fun romp.... full review

The Seven Year Itch

patricia miller · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
This was a brave and successful transformation of a well known film and play into 45 hysterical minutes .... full review

How I Became A Superhero

jeremy travis · June 25, 2019 uncertified reviewer
This play was so much fun. Well written and great comic timing from the cast.... full review

Life Plan, or Living Your Best Life in a Collapsing World

patrick mullen · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
Absolutely terrific. Amazing writing and very strong acting from the whole cast throughout. They get all the small details right, which adds up to really great world-building. I would love to bring some friends back to this show, and hope it finds a local theater for a continued run after the Hollywood Fringe Festival.... full review

The Last Croissant

janelle luczon · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
Whimsical and charming at times - mischievous and bizarre at others, this is a standout piece of the 2019 Fringe Festival. It is so refreshing to see such a playful story with oddball characters treated with such care. The Last Croissant takes the tenderness of human vulnerability and strengthens it with the perfect amount of absurdity. This show is magic.... full review

Red Bar

morgan joeck · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
Interesting premise. They’re open to audience participation, go for it! With the last show being BYOB, maybe there will be :-)... full review

Come Back!

anonymous · June 25, 2019 uncertified reviewer
It's fine!... full review

Yes. No. Maybe.

juliet landau · June 25, 2019 uncertified reviewer
"“Yes. No. Maybe.” is a totally engaging night at the theater. Beautifully written, produced, directed and acted by Raymond-Kym Suttle, the play is funny, thought provoking, edgy and unique. ... full review

Ride or Die: The Hip-Hop Musical

ben hethcoat · June 25, 2019 uncertified reviewer
I’m so grateful to have experienced this show. A pure theatrical joyride. Looking forward to catching more of Conor Hanney’s work in the future.... full review

Not Here Right Now

taylor johnson · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
It was a great show with lots of laughs! I enjoyed reliving his travels through his stories!... full review

YA BASTA: TIME'S BEEN UP

carlos a. rodriguez · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
Amazing show! Power and relevant!... full review

Orangutan

kelley pierre · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
This show is a one-woman piece of art. Tinks Lovelace's direction uses tasteful simplicity to swallow the entire theater in Mary Anne's world- and if you are familiar with the Broadwater Black Box you know that is no simple feat! Kristina Mueller's performance keeps us riveted to the journey, from her fabulous character transformations to Mrs. Trump's memorizing habit of interrupting her current thought with the next one. With so few elements of spectacle, Kristina Mueller keeps our undivided att... full review

Greenwood 1964

robin johnson · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
I really enjoyed this show.... full review

The Last PowerPoint

billy ray brewton · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
A spectacularly weird and plotted tale of capitalism, corporate greed, and American values, with the aloofly charming Ben Nicholson leading the charge.... full review

The Same Room

zachary bernstein · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
"Pierre and Sheeks do an excellent job as the two women figuring out the puzzle while they’re also seething at each other." Read the full review here: http://fringereview.co.uk/review/hollywoodfringe/2019/the-same-room/... full review

A Time Traveler's Guide to the Present

joe luis cedillo · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
One of the jewels of this year's Fringe with an expansive story and live score to satisfy Sci-Fi heads, a stellar performance by an engaging storyteller, and a beautiful reminder that the best of the Sci-Fi genre is not just the imaginative exploration based on scientific truths but a measure of our humanity and heart.... full review

Squeeze My CABARET

joe luis cedillo · June 25, 2019 uncertified reviewer
Cathy had a fierce bawdiness, humor, and great voice for belting out cabaret songs while illuminating and throwing shade on her plight with Scientology. Puppets, costumes, and songs serve as totems for her reckoning with the cult, but one realizes her performance is an artistic ritual of atonement with herself through blissful song and dance.... full review

The Last PowerPoint

victor sotomayor · June 25, 2019 certified reviewer
Trying to explain the Last Powerpoint in simple terms is like trying to explain Ben’s beautiful mind. I cannot. You just gotta break all your preconceptions of what a PowerPoint presentation is and come for the chaos. All I gotta say is that Pam is not having any fun running Ben’s tech.... full review