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2018 Audience Reviews

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The following reviews were submitted by Fringe Member: Jim Louis

Company: Fearnot Dance
Show: Stark Dance: Politics Religion Sex
Venue: Ritz Theater Mainstage

Wonderful Performance

One of the best dance shows I have seen ever at Fringe. The energy was high and the message made me think. Great Job.


Company: Paper Soul
Show: SOFT
Venue: Ritz Theater Mainstage

Anything but Soft

It was worth the wait. I love the concept and the voice. It was a little predictable until the end. Very nice twist at the end. Boo Segersin did a great job as the voice. Go see it!


Company: Hit the Lights! Theater Co.
Show: WHALES
Venue: Ritz Theater Mainstage

Fun use of material and space (But Loud)

I enjoyed all of the puppetry. The music was good, but as have others it was loud. Still worth seeing, however if you have sensitive ears, wear ear protection.


Company: Libra Moon Productions
Show: There Goes the Gayborhood
Venue: Strike Theater

Light fun time

This was a great way to start of my Monday Fringe experience. It was light and fun comedy.


Company: Theatre Corrobora
Show: Rejection
Venue: Augsburg Mainstage

Glad I saw it! You should too!

This one made me think and in ways relate to the world we live in how and how our relationships move from each stage. The mix of comedy elements was great. Very creative.


Company: Mermaid Productions
Show: Have You Seen This Girl?
Venue: Hard Times Cafe

What I expect from a choose your own venue show

Make a reservation. It is a hard hitting show that makes you uncomfortable at times but that is the reality teen runaways are facing. Great Job!


Company: Colleen Somerville Productions
Show: Not Fair, My Lady!
Venue: Mixed Blood Theatre

Make a reservation, it is that good!

It is worth seeing. However, make a reservation or take the show before off to get in. It was Awesome.


Company: Philip Simondet
Show: Self-Titled Debut Album
Venue: Mixed Blood Theatre

Very close to a perfect show

There is a lot to love in this show. I loved the music. There were just a few things that lost me like the moving the of bass guitar. Still worth seeing.


Company: Erin Sheppard Presents
Show: Book of Shadows
Venue: Theatre in the Round

Awesome Dancing and Choreography

The dancing and choreography is everything I expect from an Erin Sheppard production. It tells the story as well as it can in the venue it had. The story was good, but at times I could not follow the flow of the shorter stories back to the overall narrative of being a witch.


Company: Loom Lab
Show: The Middle Keeps Moving
Venue: Southern Theater

Good job with a difficult topic

There is a lot to love in this show. If you are a very linear person this show is not for you. It maybe very hard to follow. You have to be willing to move backwards and forwards in your timeline to process it. Very well done.


Company: HFS
Show: Wonder and Awe: A Play About Magic
Venue: Mixed Blood Theatre

I was expecting more magic

I loved the costuming and the set, even the big magic tricks. However, I was disappointed at the end first number and it didn't seem to get any better. There were some stand out performances by the Pauls and other characters, however the rest seemed disjointed. As much as some people say this would be better for kids, I don't really know if it is.


Company: The Winding Sheet Outfit
Show: Blood Nocturne
Venue: Southern Theater

The best show I have seen so far this Fringe.

One of the best performances I have seen at a Fringe Festival. The movement, cadence, music, use of props and costuming made everything work in wonderful audio & visual balance. Great Job


Company: Weggel-Reed Productions
Show: Couple Fight: The Musical!
Venue: Rarig Center Thrust

Wonderful as always

This show had me laughing so much. From the first fight to the last. They energy was awesome. I hope John will one day win a Couples Fight, I don't think it will happen, but I hope.


Company: Sidecar Theatre
Show: Summers in Prague
Venue: Rarig Center Arena

Wow! Go see this show.

Being a human is hard. This one hit me in the feels. Well done.


Company: Hot Chocolate Media
Show: Remy Raygun of the Space Brigade: A Build-Your-Own Space Opera
Venue: Augsburg Mainstage

Great Fun for the whole family

Note: I know the producers of this show and work in the same company as one of them. This was a fun show and great use of audience participation. I loved how the actors assumed the other roles they played. Keep it up.


Company: Monster Science Productions
Show: What To Do In Case Of Dinosaur Attack
Venue: Mixed Blood Theatre

Great way to end the first night of Fringe

As much as I know about dinosaurs I realized how ill prepared I was for a dinosaur attack. This show made me laugh and I learned something! Great Job.


Company: Navel Gaze Productions
Show: Fringe Orphans 4: Back in the Habit
Venue: Theatre in the Round

Very Funny and a good time

It was a fun mix of short performances. The first and last performances were mesmerizing. The stage management comedy act between performances was an awesome way to fill the space between each act. Very good job by all.


Company: Literally Entertainment
Show: The Great Canadian Maple Syrup Heist or, Ocean's 'Eh'T?: A Musical
Venue: Mixed Blood Theatre

I'm So Sorry I have to give you a 5 star review.

I have to apologize again as I know one of the actors in the play. But Fair is Fair and now you know this now, eh? This is one heck of a good time, pacing was good and the twists at the end were great, just like the Maple Leafs! Again sorry for the five star review.


Company: Snikt! Bamf! Thwip!
Show: A Family Friendly Pulp Fiction (Not Appropriate for Families)
Venue: Theatre in the Round

A Flapjacking good time!

Note: I know many of the actors in this show. I love the audacity to try and make Pulp Fiction a family friendly show. The writers and actors did a great job with using the alternatives to swear words, and warning kids of the dangers of the world out there without telling them about the dangers out there. However, for the purist, it keeps to the film in that it has all the violence you expect from Pulp Fiction (on a fringe budget), which is okay in American society???


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