Neighborhood Watch

alice ellis · June 13, 2019 certified reviewer
Neighborhood Watch is such a great show! Writer/Performer Lisa Pedace is a riot. When it begins, you have no idea where you're headed and the comedy sneaks up on you. ... full review

Fringe Opening Night Party 2019!

jola cora · June 13, 2019 certified reviewer
What a magical, wonderful night so full of amazing talent and friendly faces!! I felt so much love and happiness!... full review

Wigfield

jenna dorece · June 13, 2019 certified reviewer
This show is a must see! It flawlessly brings the audience into the world of these characters and the environment they live in, even with its hightened comedy. Characters were well written and performed. The Script itself is hilarious and keeps you entertained the entire time. Well written, directed, and acted. Amy Sedaris and Stephen Colbert should be very proud of this adaptation! Pamela Eberhardt done did it again! :) ... full review

Fringe Opening Night Party 2019!

brian reynolds · June 13, 2019 certified reviewer
Crowded to the point of uncomfortable.... full review

Fringe Opening Night Party 2019!

benjamin nicholson · June 13, 2019 certified reviewer
It was a party!... full review

SIGNS w/ Jonathan David

kitty martini · June 13, 2019 certified reviewer
A uniquely funny story about a guy who is raised by deaf drug addict parents. Jonathan David is hilarious and insightful. The coolest thing about the show is that you can also watch the whole thing being done in sign language. ... full review

Fringe Opening Night Party 2019!

darcy rose byrnes · June 13, 2019 certified reviewer
It was lovely meeting all the other fringers and getting to hear about so many awesome shows!... full review

Earth To Karen

john wuchte · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
Zachary and Guy know how to mount a fringe musical. Bernstein has a unique voice and knows how to put together an engaging musical. Quirky and funny with a knockout cast. Put this on your list!... full review

Shiva for Anne Frank

anonymous · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
I saw a dress rehearsal of Shiva for Anne Frank earlier this month. Rachel McKay Steele’s one-woman show handled the rare feat of being hilarious….and deeply moving. McKay Steele takes scenes from her own life and weaves them in with a few protests. The chief grievance is that Diary of Anne Frank is not taken seriously as literature by many, all because it was written by a teenage girl. The performance asks the audience to take in a full view of McKay Steele’s character, as well as Anne Frank’... full review

Come Back!

anonymous · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
I was drawn to this show knowing it was written by Tony Foster and he did not disappoint. This clever tale that seems to be a continuation of the little weekly romp that won the Sacred Fools Serial Killers competition was a bundle of laughs. The precise direction from Marisa O'Brien reminded me why I love theater. So many moments are handled with care and the mash up of Foster and O'Brien is a party filled with laughter and Broadway show tune heaven. ... full review

(IM)PERFEKT

michael epstein · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Jannica has done something really important here. She has taken her unique story and told it in a way that generalizes to experiences we have all had. Jannica made us understand how we allow our identities to be constructed by external forces, and how we might have an opportunity to reject such forces and instead choose to define ourselves. We not only sympathize and empathize with her, but we feel the parallels with our own struggles. Most importantly, she took us to a conclusion that showed tha... full review

Tattered Capes

toni rose · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
I always enjoy a well-executed mash-up of genres! I was able to enjoy comic book superhero fantasy, romcom, sci-fi, action, dance, mystery and zombies. There's a bit of something for everyone!... full review

The Institute for the Opposite of Longing

liza cardinale · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
This show is mesmerizing. Full of mystery and pathos. Beautifully executed by two seasoned performers who hold your attention so well. There was laughter and tears, sweeping back and forth organically between the poles. A very enjoyable and artful night at the theatre!... full review

Start Swimming

patrick chavis · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Start Swimming 6.8 out of 10 - It Needs Work! Click the link to learn more. http://latheatrebites.com/hollywood-fringe-2019-start-swimming-the-broadwater-review/... full review

A Tribute to Doug

lila yanow · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
SEE THIS PLAY! Was laughing the whole way through. 30 minutes of pure childhood nostalgia bliss. The props, the music, and the cast were all amazing. The fringe is lucky to have this gem.... full review

Two Naked Angels

kevin gardner · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Two unique shows for the price of one! Well worth your viewing.... full review

MIL GRUS

ernest kearney · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
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I Am Not A Man

krystle klein · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Truly captivating performance. Heather brings us through the heartbreak of knowing our parents can never be who we want them to be. Yet she embraces her reality, and showcases it in such a way that I was left with hope, and yearning for more. I sat there completely mesmerized, my hands holding my face, tears streaming constantly. I was moved.... full review

An Excuse To Behave Badly

patrick chavis · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
7.7 out of 10 - It's Above Average! Click on the link below to learn more. http://latheatrebites.com/hollywood-fringe-2019-an-excuse-to-behave-badly-the-lounge-theatre-review/... full review

Olivia Wilde Does Not Survive the Apocalypse

david lucarelli · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Mathew Robinson uses a post apocalyptic backdrop to create a satire that effectively skewers celebrity worship, pop culture, religion, and fascism. ... full review