Natasha Mail Order Bride Escape to America: The Musical

comedy · natasha mail order bride llc. · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States

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CORWIN EVANS certified reviewer · June 24, 2012
I wrote a bitterly scathing review that I've decided to remove. I got the opportunity to chat with some of the cast at the closing night party, and I realized with horror how I completely failed to acknowledge the incredible effort brought to the piece by the performers. The piece is obviously a labor of love, and it's my own business not to enjoy it - not suitable for broadcast. Posting negative reviews at Fringe is unnecessarily reductive. While anyone producing challenging works under the spirit of the festival - with an eye to developing fledgling works and building community - may well be excited to pour over specific critical analysis, some shows are presented as-is, without any critical feedback desired whatsoever. A company audaci... full review

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JEFFREY VERNON certified reviewer · June 22, 2012
'Natasha Mail Order Bride' is one of the funniest shows I have seen in years! Brooke Forbes is amazing as Natasha -- reminded me of Lucille Ball -- very very pretty but with that wacky sense of humor!! She is indeed a 'triple threat' --- The show is fast and furious, never a dull moment! Everyone else in the show is PERFECT, including Kate Bowman as Svetlana! This is a MUST SEE! Run don't walk to see Natasha!!!... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 23, 2012
Unfortunately, this was a complete waste of time, a half hour I'll never get back.... full review

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