Divorce: The Hip-Hop Musical

Critics

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Reviews: 1

Audience

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Reviews: 3

After sold-out shows at Second City Hollywood and an encore performance at iO West that definitely broke fire code, DIVORCE is coming to Fringe! A hip-hop musical comedy with 12 original songs, written and directed by Conor Hanney. It's the nuclear option for the nuclear family.

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One of the best shows!!! Great cast, wonderful story, and amazing actors. Fun and entertaining for all! Go see the show.

sweet - Marci B


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Who writes this stuff? Talent abounds!!! Incredible, side-splitting musical chock full of creativity, remarkable script, and songs. Sure hope it gets extended, because LA needs to experience it.

sweet - Molly McGuire


Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites

The show is funny, engaging, interactive and cute in the flyest way. I could see this off-Broadway. It's that good.

sweet - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - Podcast - ...read full review


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When I was in elementary school, we learned about Dick and Jane and Spot, the doggie. Divorce wasn't spoken about in proper company. Fast-forward five decades, and we have a hip-hop musical about divorce from the grade-school perspective. By turns witty, trenchant and touching, this Hollywood Fringe production is definitely worth a look and listen.

sweet - John F


Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites

The show is funny, engaging, interactive and cute in the flyest way. I could see this off-Broadway. It's that good.

sweet - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - Podcast - ...read full review


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One of the best shows!!! Great cast, wonderful story, and amazing actors. Fun and entertaining for all! Go see the show.

sweet - Marci B


Avatar

Who writes this stuff? Talent abounds!!! Incredible, side-splitting musical chock full of creativity, remarkable script, and songs. Sure hope it gets extended, because LA needs to experience it.

sweet - Molly McGuire


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When I was in elementary school, we learned about Dick and Jane and Spot, the doggie. Divorce wasn't spoken about in proper company. Fast-forward five decades, and we have a hip-hop musical about divorce from the grade-school perspective. By turns witty, trenchant and touching, this Hollywood Fringe production is definitely worth a look and listen.

sweet - John F