REVIEWS: Deep Improv

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This show was a surprise. It skillfully reminds us that an improv presentation doesn’t always have to be wacky and off-the-wall. It can also be powerful and dramatic, especially when delivered by skillful actors such as Krista Simonis and Eric … Continued

REVIEWS: Prince of Mystery

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Even if you don’t love magic like I do, this show is classic, low-brow, vaudeville-esq, self-depreciating, fun entertainment. A nice addition to a Fringe menu when you just want something that goes down easy but still is a little edgy … Continued

REVIEWS: g e e l

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Give me some geel. Go get some. Forget the wine, the weed, the weird. This is as pure as it gets. You’ll walk out feeling just fine. And yes, if I wasn’t assigned to review this show, I might have … Continued

REVIEWS: War Paint

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Lily E. Garnet has command of her make up, yeah…but really she can wield words. In War Paint, our spunky actor takes a bulldozing charge at our cultural obsessive need to be judged on external appearances. She pleads with us … Continued

REVIEWS: Yay America!

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I’m not the type of person who lets a clown make me cry but, when they have a heartfelt story of poignance and reality in America to tell, I will no doubt gladly let a tear fall. From the moment … Continued

REVIEWS: Half-Baked Boomer

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Francine from Florida takes on the hugely ambitious challenge of a solo improv show in Half-Baked Boomer. She invites us into her kitchen while she “bakes” a chocolate bundt cake in the midst of a family reunion at which we … Continued

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