Publicist: Bethany Vee

Jun

The Color Collective

Forgive the obvious comment, but this show really is so COLORFUL, in all aspects of the word. The range of comedy is so vast and there is something for EVERYONE here. I loved how we didn’t know what we were going to get, whatsoever, and nothing was bland. Each performer is so talented and of course, the diversity of the cast is AWESOME and of utmost performance. I’d also love to mention that there are moments during this show when I was overcome with hysteria and gleefully in shock. It’s not always easy to make shock value work, but the comedy and elegance of it was perfect.

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Jun

Nic & Brooke’s Karaoke Party!

This show was an absolute joy to watch. Nic and Brooke’s stage presence is incredible. They happen to have beautiful voices, as well. Also, it’s much more than a karaoke party! This is a FEEL GOOD show that is so entertaining, from the performers’ facial expressions to their on-stage chemistry. While this show is very interactive, no one from the audience is forced to come up and sing on stage against their will. Nic and Brooke both treat the volunteer like royalty and encourage/dance along with the person as they attempt to sing a popular karaoke song, while the audience cheers along. In between songs, Nic and Brooke perform various sketches that really showcase their character comedic talents. There are some substantial artistic moments taken as well, which adds some depth in between the fun interactions. One thing is for CERTAIN: both Nic and Brooke are natural born performers. They know what they’re doing and they’re not afraid to let loose. I LOVE THIS SHOW.

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Jun

The People VS Hell Kross

This show is UNIQUE and quite honestly, it f*cking ROCKS!!! Every character in this show is perfect. To literally perform heavy metal music on top of a hilarious story line with COMMITTED characters was simply awesome. And by the way, the music and singing sounds incredible. Special shout out to Nick Gligor, Jason Kaye and Madeline Wager, who’s character skills are top-notch.

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Jun

SQUIRREL!!!

My overall impression is “holy hell.” I knew the show was going to be entertaining and hilarious, but I wasn’t prepared for how it would also affect me down to my core. Wholeheartedly, this is a show that shouldn’t be missed. Nowhere does it fall flat. Sarah Rose Reynold’s talents are mind boggling, but the way she tells her story keeps you so interested, that you almost forget it’s only one human performing on the stage. I have never seen a live show that was equal parts hysterical and tragically honest. Sarah lays it all out on the table and it’s a damn feast for everyone who is present. Sarah was meant to do this show. Her extremely unique personality would make ANYONE want to talk and get to know her, so the fact that she shares her story with us is a literal treat. Hilarity, struggle and a real sense of innocence keep you wide-eyed as you watch her interpret her life’s chapters up until this point. I love how Sarah is naturally hysterical without trying. She literally is who she is, which is a delight. She covers a vast range of topics, including sexuality, religion, mental health, extrasensory perception, relationships. I also love the various ways that she expresses her musical talents. Wholeheartedly, watching “Squirrel” has made me believe that Sarah should have her own show for life – and that she would have the freedom to do whatever she wants with it.

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