Gunfight at the Not-So-OK Saloon

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Reviews: 3

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A hilarious music comedy in the style of Gilbert and Sullivan set in the Old Wild West.

Reviews

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"...Gunfight at the Not-So-OK Saloon is an engaging and charming musical that has so much potential – especially if expanded into a bigger production in the future. I found myself wanting to join the cast in their boot-stomping shenanigans on more than one occasion!"

sweet - Lacey Rae - Media Geeks - ...read full review


Rob Stevens
"Matthews’s thrilling tenor and Bates’s soaring soprano and their comic timing that really sells this show. I would have gladly spent more time in the Not-So-Ok Saloon with this merry band."

sweet - Rob Stevens - Haines His Way - ...read full review


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"It was a great Fringe show, and would have been a perfect headliner at the Tumbleweed Festival, a “wild-west” equivalent of the Renaissance Faire. However, the show was not ready for prime time — “prime time” being the traditional Opera or Operetta stage. For that, it needs some work and to decide what it wants to be when it grows up. But as a Fringe show, it was strong. this is Fringe. It is rare that a show is fully realized at Fring — especially a new show, as opposed to a Fringe presentation of an established play or musical. When looking at this as a Fringe show: it is executed well, has fun songs, loads of humor, and quite fun to watch. There’s lots of laughter. That’s really all you can ask for in a Fringe show: a safe and fun ride without a train wreck. This clearly meets that goal, which explains the sold-out run."

sweet - Daniel Faigin - Observations Along the Road - ...read full review


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"...Gunfight at the Not-So-OK Saloon is an engaging and charming musical that has so much potential – especially if expanded into a bigger production in the future. I found myself wanting to join the cast in their boot-stomping shenanigans on more than one occasion!"

sweet - Lacey Rae - Media Geeks - ...read full review


Rob Stevens
"Matthews’s thrilling tenor and Bates’s soaring soprano and their comic timing that really sells this show. I would have gladly spent more time in the Not-So-Ok Saloon with this merry band."

sweet - Rob Stevens - Haines His Way - ...read full review


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"It was a great Fringe show, and would have been a perfect headliner at the Tumbleweed Festival, a “wild-west” equivalent of the Renaissance Faire. However, the show was not ready for prime time — “prime time” being the traditional Opera or Operetta stage. For that, it needs some work and to decide what it wants to be when it grows up. But as a Fringe show, it was strong. this is Fringe. It is rare that a show is fully realized at Fring — especially a new show, as opposed to a Fringe presentation of an established play or musical. When looking at this as a Fringe show: it is executed well, has fun songs, loads of humor, and quite fun to watch. There’s lots of laughter. That’s really all you can ask for in a Fringe show: a safe and fun ride without a train wreck. This clearly meets that goal, which explains the sold-out run."

sweet - Daniel Faigin - Observations Along the Road - ...read full review