Princess Magic's Trash Fire Time Revue

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

A child's birthday party takes an unexpected turn when the scheduled magician doesn't show and the job is filled by a drunk and wayward vagrant. There are prizes. You should come.

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"Aside from some clever lines, concepts which are not fully integrated, actors standing on stage as if in a void of performance and a good deal of money spent on costumes and videos, there is nothing really worth seeing that’s happening on this stage."

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"The best dumpster fire of a birthday party I’ve ever seen! I laughed so hard! So much fun from start to finish and I didn’t want it to end! Misty Lee and her ensemble are all comic geniuses. The side looks, the bits, and the comedic timing were all on point. I was doubled over with laughter. I loved the birthday hats, the decorations, the magic, the PowerPoint, the songs… creative and hilarious!"

sweet - Christi Pedigo


Matt Ritchey
"I’m still in pain and I’m still laughing. If there’s one kid’s birthday party to attend this Fringe, it’s this one. Abracadabra yourself to the Complex ASAP. Highly Recommended"

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"We saw the late night performance of Princess Magic’s Trash Time Revue, and it was the perfect ending for a day of fine Fringe shows. With raucous, unapologetic, and bizarre humor, this show put the exclamation point on our Fringing experience. Occasionally, I couldn’t hear, and with lines that funny, I didn’t want to miss anything because Misty Lee is a hoot. Princess Magic is a well crafted character, and for me personally, watching her was a bit odd. Is it wrong to mention that she really reminds me of my grandmother? And the whole concept of a child’s birthday party with details down to the balloons, party hats, and gift bags was wonderful and inclusive."

sweet - Jennifer Chun


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"Aside from some clever lines, concepts which are not fully integrated, actors standing on stage as if in a void of performance and a good deal of money spent on costumes and videos, there is nothing really worth seeing that’s happening on this stage."

sour - Ernest Kearney- The TVolution - ...read full review


Matt Ritchey
"I’m still in pain and I’m still laughing. If there’s one kid’s birthday party to attend this Fringe, it’s this one. Abracadabra yourself to the Complex ASAP. Highly Recommended"

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


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"The best dumpster fire of a birthday party I’ve ever seen! I laughed so hard! So much fun from start to finish and I didn’t want it to end! Misty Lee and her ensemble are all comic geniuses. The side looks, the bits, and the comedic timing were all on point. I was doubled over with laughter. I loved the birthday hats, the decorations, the magic, the PowerPoint, the songs… creative and hilarious!"

sweet - Christi Pedigo


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"We saw the late night performance of Princess Magic’s Trash Time Revue, and it was the perfect ending for a day of fine Fringe shows. With raucous, unapologetic, and bizarre humor, this show put the exclamation point on our Fringing experience. Occasionally, I couldn’t hear, and with lines that funny, I didn’t want to miss anything because Misty Lee is a hoot. Princess Magic is a well crafted character, and for me personally, watching her was a bit odd. Is it wrong to mention that she really reminds me of my grandmother? And the whole concept of a child’s birthday party with details down to the balloons, party hats, and gift bags was wonderful and inclusive."

sweet - Jennifer Chun