FRINGE EXTENSIONS 2018 REVIEWS

Cowboy Mouth

denzil meyers · June 27, 2018
all around great job with this little known play about two famous people before they were infamous. Well-acted and put together. Effectively created a world of a small hotel room (with noisy neighbors)... full review

The Book That I'm Going to Write, By Judy Garland

matthew martin · June 27, 2018
Truly lovely! This play gives us such a unique view of Judy Garland that I don't think anyone in the audience is expecting. Right from the start, as Powell takes the stage, you get an idea of what you're about to see. The fact that Jason Powell doesn't dress in drag or try to impersonate Garland is the true beauty of this play! He embodies her so well that you become immediately tuned in to her dialogue and feel so much for her. Powell has put together one of the best solo shows I've seen in... full review

BlackBalled

matthew martin · June 27, 2018
What a great story! The fact that this is based on actual events really gets you going. Robinson has put together a very solid script that gives all the actors a lot to work with in building their characters. The acting is solid in this piece! Each one of the people on stage brings such depth to their characters that you really do sit in and listen. I would have loved to know a bit more about Fletcher as he is a little disconnected until we reach the third act, but other than that, I thoroughl... full review

Laertes Loves Hamlet Loves Ophelia

matthew martin · June 27, 2018
Walking into this show, I was fairly excited. As a "Hamlet" fan I couldn't wait to see this story come to life. It was brilliant! All three actors brought their respective characters to such depth it was just a joy to watch! The script played with the already existing play and added such fun that you couldn't help but want more when the curtain came down. This made me want to go back and re-read "Hamlet" and look for all the connections between Laertes and Hamlet, and see how the ending of t... full review

Lady Farts

nick gligor · June 27, 2018
An honest, charming, daring, hilarious collection of sketches and bits tied together seamlessly by two unfathomably talented women who deliver energetic, vulnerable and downright awesome performances that'll hit you in all "the feels". You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll fart. I did.... full review

Alexa, Turn Off Heartbreak

anonymous · June 27, 2018
This show is absolutely hilarious!! if you haven't seen it- hurry before it's gone! These 2 talented women absolutely kill it in their honest and transparent portrayal of dating life- using personal experiences to inspire these stories that are so true it's almost hard to watch. But I want to, again and again and again. Sasha Boggs is a chameleon with her hysterical characters, and her timing and ease on stage is effortless. And Tara's vulnerability and commitment makes these two just an awesome ... full review

"The Parisian Dream"

lydia richardson · June 27, 2018
The Parisian Dream was an excellent show! If you want your French cabaret with lovely ladies, dazzling dance numbers, a cute storyline, a little bit of slapstick and talented singers (Lola Olala and Sarah Kruger), go see this show! Cabaret Versatile is full of extremely skilled ladies who put on a well-produced, funny, engaging show. I'm impressed every time I see them perform. This is such a pleasant way to spend an evening and I definitely recommend. ... full review

Disasteroid!

lydia richardson · June 27, 2018
Disasteroid was a great show! The songs were fun and inventive and the actors were committed to their characters. The choreography was extremely well-done and the space was used exceptionally well. The story was fun and the upbeat energy carried throughout the show. ... full review

The Day I Became Black

greg goodness · June 27, 2018
Funny, powerful, and timely. A must-see if there ever was one.... full review

Narcolepsy, Inc

raquel rosser · June 27, 2018
It was such a complex and relevant hypothetical situation that was interesting and enjoyable to watch . I want to see it again to catch everything. Kudos to the cast and writer/director on this one. Theatre should make you think and present situations parallel to what's going on in society. ... full review

YARN

steve kelley · June 27, 2018
Skulduggery ensues as two hoodlums handle a hostage. Or do they? Terrific dark comedy in mime.... full review

"The Parisian Dream"

anonymous · June 27, 2018
Very good performance from the only real French Cabaret based here in Los Angeles. The audience has been transported into a Parisian dream and an unforgettable journey - they all seemed delighted to see such a quality show.... full review


The Day I Became Black

robert vestal · June 26, 2018
I loved this show!... full review

A Beast/A Burden

anonymous · June 26, 2018
Sucks you right in, very enjoyable!... full review

Men of Blood

waseem abbas · June 26, 2018
Overall, I was left stirred up and provoked by this unique performance. The delivery, staging and relationship of both characters were impactful in its simplicity.... full review

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

josie young · June 26, 2018
As a visitor coming in from Iowa, i wasnt sure what “hollywood” theater would look like. I walked in to the play, still kinda nervous to see what was happening. As the play started, i was immeadiately intrigued. Anna captivated the audience with her amazing accent right at the beginning. From then on, I was just astonished! It was vey humerous and well-written. Their acting was impeccable and I loved it so much! Burt had me freaked out with his other creepy voice, it all felt so real! Thank you f... full review

Unapologetically Black

dixie perkinson · June 26, 2018
One of the best solo shows I’ve ever seen. I laughed. I cried. And then i laughed and cried again. It was one of the most honest performances i have ever scene. I felt like i was right there with her. ... full review

Gun and a Motel Bible

ana zimhart · June 26, 2018
What a treat! Witty, intelligent, and refreshingly original, without isolating the audience (a tough feat when one of the characters is a BOOK!)... full review

Anxiety Written

anonymous · June 26, 2018
ANXIETY WRITEN performed and written by Jessica Carleton. Hollywood Fringe Festival. Selected for an Encore Performance We are taken on a journey. We see inside the mind and heart of a young teen. Witness a girl discover her feelings and place in the world in spite of torment, bullies, internal conflicts and attempts to understand and control confusing obsessions. You are not alone, is the message brought to us by a young woman. She discovers that needing to deal with life you find p... full review

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