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2018 Audience Reviews

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The following reviews were submitted by Fringe Member: Marty Wessels

Company: The Bearded Company
Show: Swords & Sorcery: The Improvised Fantasy Campaign
Venue: Theatre in the Round

Improv in the round! Yay!

I have seen this show before and I completely believe it is the most impressive and original improv show I have seen. However, it was even better in the round! Not only are the beards incredible ambassadors for the booming improv community of the Twin Cities, but for the arts community as a whole. I also went and saw Whales because they told me to, and that was epic.


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

Seriously, buy a damn drink!

This was brilliant and very innovative. I saw this show because everyone was talking about, and personally knew nothing about this show or Hit the Lights Theater Company. The projections were absolutely stunning, and there use of color is really what made it so special and captivating. Their audience participation built an atmosphere that made you feel included in the energy, and raised the stakes as they gave us the full scoop on this topic. It might not be the traditional theater your hoping for, but it still checks all of the boxes. Theater is meant to entertain, inform, and inspire. I got all three from this. But seriously. There needs to be a bigger sign saying this show is more fun with a beer in hand. Cheers!


Company: Michael Rogers
Show: Now We See It
Venue: Ritz Theater Mainstage

The Zune was ahead of its time!

Aside from a comment about the Microsoft Zune, which was a superior product that just came out too late, I really enjoyed this show. The staging was brilliant, and was only heightened by the seamless and artistic scene changes. The physicality from the entire cast deserves applause, and the less is more approach to props and scenic pieces was refreshing. While watching this show there were naturally a couple things I found rushed or lacking in the story line, but in the end Michael does a great job tying together all the loose ends making the story feel complete. If you are looking for a brilliantly human piece that will run you through the whole spectrum of emotions, this is it! Cheers!


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