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2018 Audience Reviews

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The following reviews were submitted by Fringe Member: Cayla Harmon

Company: Bollywood Dance Scene
Show: BollyProv: NOT a Dance Drama!
Venue: Ritz Theater Mainstage

Bollyprov is great!

I loved this show!! I saw it when Varghese Alexander told his story. His story was about fishing, and never being kept in a cage; being free to be yourself. The improv was really funny! I think I would have liked to see more of a difference between characters; like, have a costume piece to show that it’s a different person, or add another actor. Also, I loved the dancing! I wish there was a little more of that. But overall, it’s a great show, and they have one more to go! Go see it!

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

Fascinating character study!

This show was creepy! In a good, chilling way. Shalee did a great job directing, and The Man was scary...because there are men out there who behave the way he did. The blood effects were rather predictable because the water bottles were marked; I would have liked to see a different method to get the blood to him. Otherwise, great job to everyone involved!!

Company: Imagined Theatre
Show: A Part of Me
Venue: Southern Theater

Great music!

This show is beautiful and heartbreaking. I love the music; the subject matter is difficult, but important. It will make anyone check that little donor’s box on their driver’s license! Wonderful performances by all actors, but I personally enjoyed Sean and Cate’s performances the best.

Company: New Endeavors
Show: The Buttslasher
Venue: Ritz Theater Mainstage

Getting those Butts in seats!

I was excited to see this show was remounted for Fringe this year! The jokes are as funny as last year, with some minor changes to smooth out any bumps in the plot. During some of the stage combat, I would have liked to hear more of a vocal reaction from the person being hit; however, in this show, if the fighting looks fake, it adds to the comedy of the piece. All in all, this made for a great show with a lot of laughs and potty humor, so if you're up for a show with great humor and noir sophistication, go see this one! You won't be disappointed!

Company: So Shall I
Show: Estate of Affairs
Venue: Ritz Theater Studio

A delightful, yet scandalous, affair!

This show was a lovely little romp! I loved the characters that Ali Daniels and Grant Hooyer played. This show was very farcical; while a tad predictable, it was also enjoyable to see the reactions that each character had while dealing with a sticky situation. I find myself wondering how the characters ended up after the play, which, in my opinion, is a very good indication that the show keeps you on your toes. The costuming was also impeccable! It was a great end to a full day of Fringing.

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

Feminists Unite!

This is definitely a favorite at Fringe this year! As another female performer, I found myself adding my own monologue about being an actress and the struggles we all face when we're not blonde, a size 2, and 21 years old with an Equity card already. This show resonates with me SO. MUCH. I found myself being shocked by how much misogyny is in the classic(and current) Broadway musical. I truly hope that this show has a future beyond Fringe; it is most certainly a very important show with a great score and witty script. Brava, ladies!!

Company: Albino Squirrel Productions
Show: Doug Sees God: A Funnie Thing Happened on the Way to Adulthood
Venue: Rarig Center Thrust

Nostalgic with a message

This show has something for everyone; for the 90s kids, there's a lot of nostalgia of the Saturday morning cartoons. Theme songs can be heard throughout the show, and brief discussions of CatDog and Space Jam capture millennial's attention in a big way. For the non-millennial crowd, it discusses debt and the hardships of being in college in a time when education comes at an all-too-high price for a majority of students. While I would have liked to see more interactions and college scenarios between characters, this was a great representation of the struggle of college debt and student loans. I particularly enjoyed Doug's parents, Steve, and Ginger's performances!

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