EXORCISTIC: the Rock Musical Parody Experiment

musicals and operas · orgasmico theatre company · Ages 17+ · United States

world premiere
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JENNI SANTAMARIA certified reviewer June 20, 2013
Hilarious!... full review
DEAN JACOBSON certified reviewer June 28, 2013
Bombastic music with comic subtleties. The cast really knew how to use their bodies. And voices. Some serious singing talent here. Brilliantly directed by Pat Towne. Really hot, well-integrated live musicians. My face hurt in a good way, all the way through.... full review
SCATHACH COTTER certified reviewer June 25, 2013
A sinfully good time. Exorcistic took an iconic curse horror movie and made fun of it, and hollywood. All while maintaining the edge of rock and roll, and a tinge of horror. You might want to bring your rosary just in case. You can check out my full review here: http://spencercotter.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/bring-a-rosary/... full review
LEAH CALOTE certified reviewer June 12, 2013
This show was great fun, though it could use some editing. There were a few standout songs, and a rocking cast. Laura Sperazza is truly brilliant and kills it with her performance.... full review
PAUL ELLIOTT certified reviewer June 28, 2013
Exorcistic: The Rock Musical Parody was a packed house hoot... lots of insanity matched by great singing voices, a rockin' band and enough comedy to have us laughing long after the show. And on top of that, you get a chance to see some of the brightest young talent in this festival. Pay special attention to Laura, the possessed child. This is an actress who's going to give us a new Lucille Ball, Sandra Bullock and Madonna rolled into one.... full review
MICHAEL ANDERSON certified reviewer June 16, 2013
"Exorcistic: The Rock Musical Parody Experiment" is immensely entertaining, filled with hilarious songs and solid laughs. The entire cast is awesome, has great singing voices, and is "possessed" with silliness. I was in complete awe of the actress who plays Megan (Regan), and how she wrings the physical comedy out of demonic possession. If you know the film, the parody goes layers deep and attacks your funny-bone from all sides. What fun! ... full review
ERIN MOORE certified reviewer June 08, 2013
I had the pleasure of seeing their final dress rehearsal and even though they were still working out a few sound/lighting issues this was such a fun 80 minute show. This is a not to be missed parody of the Exorcist that will keep you laughing the entire time. ... full review
ELYSE COOK certified reviewer June 08, 2013
A fun irreverent show. Familiarity with the movie is a must. May not be everyone's cup of tea, but I thoroughly enjoyed it.... full review
BOB LEGGETT examiner.com certified reviewer June 09, 2013
I came to see the show because I'm friends with several of the cast members, having fallen in love with them in last year's production of Doomsday Cabaret. That being said this is a totally different animal. The cast of this show were incredible, especially Laura Sperrazza and Anna Bowen - those two can SING! Loved the story and the way the company approached it. It came across perfectly. Check out the remainder of my review on Examiner.com... full review
ERICA SCHECTER certified reviewer June 17, 2013
Loved it! It was a riot and the cast is UBER talented! Kudos to the whole cast and production staff. The whole group I came with (about 15 of us) really, realy enjoyed it. ... full review