Alexa, Turn Off Heartbreak

Critics

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Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Two girls take you on a journey through an alternate reality in a land of break ups. They explore why a guy would ask you if you like Huskies and not wanna die in a bed with you in his 80's. There's also stuff like self discovery and things we haven't found yet… Lessons are learned, dates are replayed, tears are had and Alanis Morissette may or may not be sung. Please join us on our journey… and bring bricks. We'll explain later. I am so alone! Please someone come over and save me from myself! Oh sorry, I didn't realize I was still typing…

Reviews

Ha ha these gals are hilarious. One of their ex-es, a sweaty wrestler type, was laughing his head off in the front row. His current girl friend kept shooting him evil looks. That's got to be a sign of success!

sweet - denzil meyers


A mix between standup, sketch, and storytelling. Two brilliant comedians share their stories of past relationships and how they dug themselves out of them. It's honest, relatable, and hysterical. My favorite moments were when Tara and Sasha broke the fourth wall. They effortlessly created an environment where everyone was on board with hearing about the embarrassing and painful aspects of heartbreak, and then letting everyone laugh at the shared misery.

sweet - Jake Kornely


Ha ha these gals are hilarious. One of their ex-es, a sweaty wrestler type, was laughing his head off in the front row. His current girl friend kept shooting him evil looks. That's got to be a sign of success!

sweet - denzil meyers


A mix between standup, sketch, and storytelling. Two brilliant comedians share their stories of past relationships and how they dug themselves out of them. It's honest, relatable, and hysterical. My favorite moments were when Tara and Sasha broke the fourth wall. They effortlessly created an environment where everyone was on board with hearing about the embarrassing and painful aspects of heartbreak, and then letting everyone laugh at the shared misery.

sweet - Jake Kornely