Publicist: Lanessa Long

Jun

Balls' ON

Katt is instantly loveable. She is quite the entertainer, through her hilarious characters, and poignant stories. I loved the recurring characters of destiny and fate, and thought this was a beautiful, energetic, fun, at times heartbreaking, at times hopeful, and all the time engaging show. An autobiographical show that was very easy to find things to connect to in, because of how effortlessly Katt shared her heart with the audience.

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Jun

Sex Rated G

Lisa is hilarious, honest, vulnerable, and relatable. I left this show feeling a deep connection with her and the stories she told. I laughed at her candor, I cried at the familiarity I felt from what she said. The songs are full of wit. The show is shocking and hysterical. I highly recommend. Love her honesty, the format of the show, interspersed with highly effective dialogues with her and various men - the men's voices were recorded with visuals to match, the songs, and her performances of them. Loved it.

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Jun

The Runaway Clone

After seeing this, I left the theater feeling completely rejuvenated and alive, having experienced so much laughter and joy. The music, the characters, the writing, the wit, the weird and captivating story, all made this experience one that's not to miss. I was in it from the moment it started. The bar was set high from the beginning, but my attention did not waver even a small amount. The acting and singing are phenomenal, and harmonies are seamlessly tight and well crafted. The characters are hilarious and absurd, and the music is sheer brilliance! I am still in awe, and still, have the tunes racing through my head. The characters, and particularly the portrayal of Laura by Pam Eberhardt, who had the audience in stitches through the entirety of this play, through every single expression, in moments as small as a glance or weird pronunciation of a word. Every single character was deeply interesting and captivating and strange, and I loved watching the different combinations of people interact with each other throughout the musical. 11/10, I'm obsessed with this show.

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Jun

Don Waterski Goes Up Nort'

So much fun! The set was full of so much whimsy, I was hooked from the moment I stepped into the theater. This is a show that not just anyone could do, hilarious, absurd, ridiculous, captivating! I was drawn into his world for the duration of the show and didn't look back. He pulled all the audience into this strange world and took us on a journey I was happy to be a part of. Bizarre and brilliant. A must see for anyone who loves to laugh. Love the level of specificity, playfulness, and quirkiness.

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Jun

PLAY ON! A One-Woman Musical Romp with Shakespeare's Women

Laura-Jo is a musical sensation and certainly someone to watch. Aside from being a tour de force as a musician, piano player, and vocalist, she is also a master of each Shakespearean character she portrays. As a songwriter and composer, she also managed to capture the essence of each heroine through her catchy motifs and slick melodic lines. Her transitions are fast, her presentation is witty, and her characters are well thought out and jam-packed with artistic subtlety and variety. Whether you know much about Shakespeare or not, this is a show that's not to miss. With a run-time of 45 minutes, there's no excuse not to see it. The performance, the lyrics, the structure, the story arc she was able to make through so many different characters that weren't connected, to begin with, she nails it.

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Jun

Ronnie Brixton - The Best of British Boxing

With an energetic and poignant performance by David Shaughnessy, the story of Ronnie Brixton stood out to me as a story about empathy and identity. The setting is simple and the performance is engaging and packed with character and dimension. Perhaps some parts were often drawn out longer than seemed necessary and were sometimes hard to follow with his rapid thought process shifts, but the point still stood - I think we all have something to learn from through this unique perspective told by a boxing commentator, brought up in a less accepting era than we live in now, yet struggling with some of the same issues surrounding identity we can face no matter how old we are. You can sense his shame turn into pride, and fear turn into hope by the end of this show, and this transition itself is an important story that beckons to be felt.

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Jun

It's Just My Life

I knew nothing about this show going into it – it just fit with my schedule so I decided to check it out. This show was an incredibly well thought out, poignant, beautiful, arc of stories from women, that were honest and vulnerable. It felt as if every women's story was somehow connected to the others without even trying to be, solely because of the shared experience of being all kinds of women, having that shared experience, and sharing it through their many different lives and stories. There were moments of humor amidst tremendous pain, which made that laughter and comedy hit you at the same level of depth as the sadness did. I am deeply moved and in awe of all of these stories – the articulation, passion, deliverance, honesty, and truth that was shared. I laughed, I cried, and I was one of many who could say that. I would highly recommend this show. I loved the selection of women – all different lives and stories and perspectives, all made me think and feel. I wouldn't change anything about it – it is effective and beautiful as is.

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