From Toilet to Tinseltown

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 1

Moaning Myrtle, everybody's favorite ghost from the Harry Potter series, was forced to leave her toilet at Hogwarts years ago. After failing in the UK for a bit, she decided to come to LA for her shot at fame … or something like it. This is her dark and comedic one woman show, her chance to finally be seen (figuratively, of course).

Reviews

Jim Vejvoda

Hilarious one-woman show with plenty of geek appeal and L.A.-centric jabs to enjoy! Hilarious, well-written, and I loved the total dedication to her character. And the use of the hoverboard was inspired. I would love to see this get extended so my friends who are into Harry Potter could go see it.

sweet - Jim Vejvoda


Matt Ritchey

The performance is laugh-out-loud funny, Patrick is adorable and could easily fill the role of Myrtle in a new official Harry Potter movie. Be sure to see her before she sells out her stand-up show in Vegas!

Recommended

sweet - Matt Ritchey - Gia On The Move - ...read full review


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This was clever and witty for a joke or two, but it failed to lend any substance or growth to the character.

sour - Kat Michels - See It Or Skip It LA - ...read full review


Matt Ritchey

The performance is laugh-out-loud funny, Patrick is adorable and could easily fill the role of Myrtle in a new official Harry Potter movie. Be sure to see her before she sells out her stand-up show in Vegas!

Recommended

sweet - Matt Ritchey - Gia On The Move - ...read full review


Avatar

This was clever and witty for a joke or two, but it failed to lend any substance or growth to the character.

sour - Kat Michels - See It Or Skip It LA - ...read full review


Jim Vejvoda

Hilarious one-woman show with plenty of geek appeal and L.A.-centric jabs to enjoy! Hilarious, well-written, and I loved the total dedication to her character. And the use of the hoverboard was inspired. I would love to see this get extended so my friends who are into Harry Potter could go see it.

sweet - Jim Vejvoda