One-Acts of Kindness (in repertory with "Sitcom")

ensemble theatre · know laughing matter · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 14, 2013
I was truly entertained. To watch such young talented teens and tweens bring the audience to laughter was awesome. It was easy to see they were all having a lot of fun while being professional. GREAT show!!... full review

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MARY OLSON certified reviewer · June 14, 2013
Great group of young actors! The show was very funny and the kids were fun to watch in their adult characters. Definitely worth the time.... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 25, 2013
Fun for the whole family. Great show that the adults can remember back when and is also fun for the kids. The kids in this cast do a great job, the comedy timing is amazing! Go see it before the Festival ends!... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 29, 2013
The comedy timing of these two casts was spot on! The young actors brought their own take on the GoldenGirls and Seinfeld characters as well as threw in some classic character moves ie: a bit of the 'elaine' dance and 'George' rants!! Lots of fun too.... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 29, 2013
Sorry it was the last show, great kids, fun performance.... full review

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BOB LEGGETT examiner.com · June 30, 2013
This show is perfect for families with small kids, as that seems to be the target audience. However, for a professional theater critic and a discerning audience, it was not up to the professional standards we're used to at other Fringe shows. The kids showed great promise, and with a little more work, could be ready for Fringe . . . in a few more years. For now, continue to work on your craft.... full review

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