Psychodelicate's Magical Mystery Comedy Show

Critics

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Reviews: 1

Audience

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Reviews: 3

Come let our Psychedelic Circus Blow Your Mind!

Psychodelicate, an interdimensional traveler/Psychonaut/Mystic/Clown is Here Now to spread the Good News of the Multiverse, to open hearts and expand minds through interdimensional travel demonstration and practicum. To fulfill on her mission, she's hosting a variety show, interspersed with lessons from her travels through the multiverse. We will invite you to inquire into the nature of reality and discover the ability to create new ones! It will be fun! May cause mind altering experiences. Glowing flow toys, Hula Hooping, juggling, Fractal Heckeling (electric sheep a fractal art screen saver), comedy, clowning, Quantum Physics Theories explored, Metaphysics, Storytelling, Geometry, Philosophy, Ontology, Existential Detecting, Hermeticism, Mindfulness, Breathwork, sound bath. Magical Circus, World class performers.

Learn More at - Psychodelicate.com

 

Reviews

I could only attend the very first show, and I will surely go again as the show was so successful it's bound to get another run. Not knowing exactly what you're in for is part of the experience. It was literally like falling down a rabbit hole, being greeted by a large rabbit with a massive clock, clearly an invitation to fall into the black hole of the Fringe theater. As soon as an Alice-like version of a clown came bumbling in, the show began. Especially as the line waiting was being entertained by clowns and a real magician, every moment was entertaining. The chaos of the magical mystery is that you just roll with whatever is happening, from one comedy act to another, with drama and dancing, magic and whatever other poetic acts are on the magical mystery tour that night. Some entertainers are on the program for multiple shows, and the unique blend of all of them coming together makes each show like a special snowflake, floating down on you with such a magical wonder that it would be worth it to see multiple shows. If you try to make to much sense of it, you're probably overthinking it, unless you have a profound "ah-ha!" moment, in which case you could leave transformed.

sweet - Danica Dermott


While only their second performance, it did seem like a rehearsal still. It wasn't running that smoothly (or on time), but I believe this will be fixed in future performances. If you're going to this show for the “magic” aspect (I spoke to a couple people who thought this was a magic show), you might be disappointed. The show I saw did not have any traditional magic, but I guess there are special guests at each show.

sweet-sour - Mike & Russell - My Haunt Life - ...read full review


Went to see this show on Saturday. It took me out of my mind into the wonderment of chaotic rhythmical charming unknown. This show is a ride of fun created and hosted by the magical commending clown Alayha Aquarian. Way to push the boundaries of the stage. One more show Wednesday. Go!

sweet - Christiane Georgi


WHAT I LIKED i drove around the area looking for parking for just under 20 minutes and on my 4th or 5th orbit past the theater i saw 3 laughing wizards while i waited at the light. as i drove across the intersection a parking space opened up right before me and the magic began for the rest of the evening. the atmosphere was alive with laughter and energy and truly felt like a FESTIVAL. so many great character cameos, and so many favorite moments from, “does anyone really know what's going on?” to '''ahhh..i get it" I laughed, i loved, and i learned a few things too! heart opened, mind expanded <3 WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE i understand management running a tight ship but it was a bummer when the preshow sidewalk entertainment was shooed off and away so that people could line up MY OVERALL IMPRESSION embrace the chaos! i felt as if i'd just wandered into a psychedelic circus on the playa at burning man. it was seemingly disjointed and spontaneous with moments of lucid clarity. absurd, deep and hilariously smart all tied together with a message LOVE and universal connection. as if in a dream, i was transported to some mad and hallucinatory realm, delivered by interdimensional travel, all as promised

sweet - Grant Ball


While only their second performance, it did seem like a rehearsal still. It wasn't running that smoothly (or on time), but I believe this will be fixed in future performances. If you're going to this show for the “magic” aspect (I spoke to a couple people who thought this was a magic show), you might be disappointed. The show I saw did not have any traditional magic, but I guess there are special guests at each show.

sweet-sour - Mike & Russell - My Haunt Life - ...read full review


I could only attend the very first show, and I will surely go again as the show was so successful it's bound to get another run. Not knowing exactly what you're in for is part of the experience. It was literally like falling down a rabbit hole, being greeted by a large rabbit with a massive clock, clearly an invitation to fall into the black hole of the Fringe theater. As soon as an Alice-like version of a clown came bumbling in, the show began. Especially as the line waiting was being entertained by clowns and a real magician, every moment was entertaining. The chaos of the magical mystery is that you just roll with whatever is happening, from one comedy act to another, with drama and dancing, magic and whatever other poetic acts are on the magical mystery tour that night. Some entertainers are on the program for multiple shows, and the unique blend of all of them coming together makes each show like a special snowflake, floating down on you with such a magical wonder that it would be worth it to see multiple shows. If you try to make to much sense of it, you're probably overthinking it, unless you have a profound "ah-ha!" moment, in which case you could leave transformed.

sweet - Danica Dermott


Went to see this show on Saturday. It took me out of my mind into the wonderment of chaotic rhythmical charming unknown. This show is a ride of fun created and hosted by the magical commending clown Alayha Aquarian. Way to push the boundaries of the stage. One more show Wednesday. Go!

sweet - Christiane Georgi


WHAT I LIKED i drove around the area looking for parking for just under 20 minutes and on my 4th or 5th orbit past the theater i saw 3 laughing wizards while i waited at the light. as i drove across the intersection a parking space opened up right before me and the magic began for the rest of the evening. the atmosphere was alive with laughter and energy and truly felt like a FESTIVAL. so many great character cameos, and so many favorite moments from, “does anyone really know what's going on?” to '''ahhh..i get it" I laughed, i loved, and i learned a few things too! heart opened, mind expanded <3 WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE i understand management running a tight ship but it was a bummer when the preshow sidewalk entertainment was shooed off and away so that people could line up MY OVERALL IMPRESSION embrace the chaos! i felt as if i'd just wandered into a psychedelic circus on the playa at burning man. it was seemingly disjointed and spontaneous with moments of lucid clarity. absurd, deep and hilariously smart all tied together with a message LOVE and universal connection. as if in a dream, i was transported to some mad and hallucinatory realm, delivered by interdimensional travel, all as promised

sweet - Grant Ball