How I Became A Superhero

leeann patrick · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
"How I Became A Superhero" was a fun take on the role of online activism in our society and what it takes to be a real life superhero. It was funny, poignant, and extremely well acted. The whole team should be proud of their work on this one!... full review

Temple Tantrum

tracey rooney · June 10, 2019 uncertified reviewer
What a wonderful show! Fantastic story, exquisitely directed and performed. SO glad I caught it. Highly highly recommend.... full review

Raised By Wolves

scott langer · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
Marla Black is a dynamic, versatile performer- showcasing her comedic timing, wit, raw emotions, and beautiful sensitivity in this badass, brilliant one-woman show. ... full review

The Ruffian on the Stair

charles ziarko · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
Fans of Joe Orton's wild half-century-old social satires, like me, won't want to miss this, his rarely-performed first sale, a BBC radio play later revised for the stage. NOT a 90-minute show, though, as advertised, but 5 "acts" in just 52 minutes---4 of them run less than 8 minutes each. It's the Orton-to-be, not the roughly-polished soon-to-be playwright. Reed Michael Campbell seems to be obtrusive casting in the abbreviated title role, a Hollywood surfer wedged in between two Actor's Studi... full review

Four Clowns Presents: Shakedown at the Dusty Spur!

candace kaufman · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
What a terrific show! It was filled with so much enthusiasm, fun, & laughter. The story line flowed well, the songs were uplifting, & the bits of improv thrown in added extra touches of humor. Everyone in our group really enjoyed the show & the various characters. They were so lovable, even the dastardly bad guys! There were so many hilarious moments that we had tears coming from our eyes from laughing so much! It was extremely entertaining! A definite must see show at The Fringe Festival!!... full review

If It Goes There

anonymous · June 10, 2019 uncertified reviewer
At once funny, poignant, and moving, this 65 minute well acted and directed play gives us an insight about love, relationships and online dating in the 21st century. The play is full of heart and hope (not to mention hilarious moments, the audience roared often,) and the four person cast perform their roles with passion, conviction and love for one another. The fluid direction of this well written piece, highlights what it means to make true connections in this world of online dating that can oft... full review

Bunny the Elf LIVE!

matthew latkiewicz · June 10, 2019 uncertified reviewer
Funny, well performed solo show about the awkward realities behind Christmas cheer. The show has a good arc, lots of laughs, and real poignancy.... full review

Sex With Strangers

scott langer · June 10, 2019 uncertified reviewer
A romantic comedy with dirt underneath its fingernails- in that, like life, love has complications that go deeper than simple misunderstandings we see in most rom-coms but rather deception, mutual opportunism, trust, and believing that someone is who they currently say they are and not what their past would dictate. Ferree and Center have off the chart chemistry, actors so in-synch and on top of their game that they command your attention. ... full review


anonymous · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
Well written and performed, but most of all: solidly entertaining!... full review


anita belokopytova · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
Very professional, yet simplified to be viewed by children and has the down to earth feel for it.... full review

Stuff i think is funny and good

lindsey mallard · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
This show was a perfect mixture of sketch comedy, characters, group pieces, and absolute silliness. It made my heart so happy and Emily did such a beautiful job curating a piece that showcased everyone's individual talent and ability. On top of that, it is fucking hilarious and heartwarming. I will be seeing it again, and that's not a joke. You guys, I'm not kidding, I'm coming again.... full review

I'm Jennifer Mother F*cking Lawrence

eric gustavo · June 10, 2019 uncertified reviewer
Very funny and original! I was pleasantly surprised as I didn't know exactly what the show would be about. ... full review

The Thousandth Night

charles ziarko · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
There's no shortage of one-person shows, as usual, but NOBODY can top this one, in which San Diego pro SEAN YAEL-COX holds his audience SPELLBOUND for 70 minutes (not 75, per the program, or 80, per HFF promo). Combining the conundrum of Scheherazade with the maelstrom of WWII, SEAN gives one of the best solo performances I've ever seen, abetted, I'm sure, by the direction of Jason Heil (ironic name, considering the WWII milieu). Carol Wolf's decades-old script is solid dramaturgy, and SEAN mak... full review

All Our Pretty Songs

john patrick daly · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
A surprisingly deep introspection of what it means to be an artist and how far you're willing to go for your dreams. A story that resonates with everyone in the audience. What do you do when your goals are impossible?... full review


anonymous · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
Mueller is very impressive in this one-woman show. The story takes several unexpected turns. ... full review

Pocketmon! A Parody Musical

nicole orabona · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
An energetic romp through the Pokemon world.... full review

Bunny the Elf LIVE!

john patrick daly · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
An adorable and joyful expression of self. I came out of this show happier. ... full review


john patrick daly · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
Excellent acting and a surprisingly fantastical structure make for a neat twist on the character and story you may not have known but always suspected. And that wig. That wig is divine. ... full review

Crabbe and Goyle are Dead

nicole orabona · June 10, 2019 certified reviewer
A really clever concept with two outstanding title characters. ... full review

Gunfight at the Not-So-OK Saloon

anonymous · June 10, 2019 uncertified reviewer
This show is a treat from beginning to end. The cast of amazing vocalists and performers delivers non-stop comedy with a nod to the great duo of Gilbert and Sullivan. Don't miss it!... full review

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