LIGHTS - CAMERA - LYLA! The Second Act

solo performance · jeffrey wylie · Ages 12+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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SAM WHITING certified reviewer · June 09, 2017
A good work about an important topic. And that wig...... full review

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WENDI JOHNSON certified reviewer · June 10, 2017
Charming, nice lesson enjoyable..I got caught up at the end and a little teary eyed.... full review

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STEPHEN SPIEGEL certified reviewer · June 10, 2017
what a fun afternoon getting into the head of this small town girl. some fun show tunes and great costumes make for a very fun show! ... full review

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BETH POLSKY · June 13, 2017
An amazing solo performance! Lyla will make you laugh, while tugging on your heart strings. A brilliant use of audio/visuals. Such great fun. Don't miss!... full review

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TOM CAVANAUGH · June 14, 2017
A true master of the solo performance.... Lyla with the best hair in the Hollywood Fringe... full review

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JIM HANNA certified reviewer · June 14, 2017
Great news, Fringe! LYLA'S BACK! Fringe legend Jeffrey Wylie has brought his eternally beloved Lyla back and I grinned stupidly throughout (between all the laughs). Lyla is so damned likable and funny and earnest. The silliness is always rippled with sincerity and a little heartache and it makes for the most delightful hour you'll find at Fringe (or two hours if you catch her re-mount of "Lyla Loves Texas.") ... full review

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NATASHA LEWIN certified reviewer · June 17, 2017
tagged as: fun · Bullying · uplifting
It is so refreshing to see a play that's both uplifting and entertaining! I cried! I laughed! I had a moment!... full review

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JADE BEAUVOIR · June 23, 2017
This was my fastest hour at Fringe. It flew by! "Lyla Karug" (spelling? Pronounced: Lie like a rug) is f*cking hilarious.... full review

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CHARLES ZIARKO certified reviewer · June 12, 2017
UPDATE JUNE 18: Those who can't get enough of Lyla may find 37 minutes doesn't fulfill their expectations; for others, it will be enough. This 2017 "sequel" takes Lyla out of small-town TX and into Big Time Celebrity Culture, with the same dazzling wig but a whole new wardrobe and lots of local video footage pretending to be New York---and the same large cast of off-stage voices to which we're already accustomed! "Fish-out-of-water" is the theme, though (spoiler!) Lyla winds up back in TX with her friends, where she belongs! ORIGINAL REVIEW: As advertised, you don't have to see the "original" solo performance prize-winner from a few years back to enjoy the current "sequel", but I'm glad I took the trouble to see TEXAS LOVES LYLA! first... full review

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BOB LEGGETT indie voice blog · June 19, 2017
Lyla is a Fringe icon - so glad to have her back again. See our full review at Indie Voice Blog.... full review

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