I Can Hear You Now

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 1

Audience

LemonMeter

100 %

Reviews: 3

Part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2018. Cell Phone Phil, a spokesperson for the largest telecommunications company in the World sets out on a journey to find out what his childhood hero's last words meant. Along the way, he meets fellow spokespeople who knew the reclusive child star and tell stories of how he has affected their lives.

Reviews

Bisschop changes costumes and characters in an ever-rising comic crescendo connected via video links by himself and De Lorenzo; although a few of which could have used some work. Nevertheless, I Can Hear You Now is one of the funniest shows of the Fringe and wildly enjoyable.

sweet - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


This show is sooooo funny. I loved every second of it & would see this multiple times. Mitchell was superb in his characters and kept you on your toes for what happens next. Highly recommended!!!!

sweet - Royce Shockley


This show blew my mind how good it was. I think Mitchell is a brilliant comedic writer and performer. I appreciated this show on many levels. This type of show is not easy to put together and turn from concept to execution, and he hit a home run out of the park. Everything was good about the show, and above all else it's very funny.

sweet - Steve Chang


A delightful absurdist comedy that simultaneously skewers the vapidly of modern celebrity, and our worship of corporate America all while doing a dead on parody of Citizen Kane. The interplay between the audio visual material served dual purposes, to remind us how deep the most trivial images and phrases from advertising permeate our brains years later, and to allow just enough time for the quick costume changes that allow the star of this one man show to give Lon Chaney a run for the new “man of 1000 faces.”

sweet - David Lucarelli


Bisschop changes costumes and characters in an ever-rising comic crescendo connected via video links by himself and De Lorenzo; although a few of which could have used some work. Nevertheless, I Can Hear You Now is one of the funniest shows of the Fringe and wildly enjoyable.

sweet - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


This show is sooooo funny. I loved every second of it & would see this multiple times. Mitchell was superb in his characters and kept you on your toes for what happens next. Highly recommended!!!!

sweet - Royce Shockley


This show blew my mind how good it was. I think Mitchell is a brilliant comedic writer and performer. I appreciated this show on many levels. This type of show is not easy to put together and turn from concept to execution, and he hit a home run out of the park. Everything was good about the show, and above all else it's very funny.

sweet - Steve Chang


A delightful absurdist comedy that simultaneously skewers the vapidly of modern celebrity, and our worship of corporate America all while doing a dead on parody of Citizen Kane. The interplay between the audio visual material served dual purposes, to remind us how deep the most trivial images and phrases from advertising permeate our brains years later, and to allow just enough time for the quick costume changes that allow the star of this one man show to give Lon Chaney a run for the new “man of 1000 faces.”

sweet - David Lucarelli