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[title of show]

musicals and operas · village idiom & theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS June 24, 2013
A very tight and polished show. The director had great control over what is a deceptively tricky piece. The cast had great chemistry, but Heather Lake is the stand out. I couldn't my eyes off of her. My only issue with the production is the play itself. It seems not in the spirit of a "Fringe Festival" to produce tried and true works. That being my one complaint, I am definitely going to see it again. If I can get tickets.... full review
ANTHONY RUTOWICZ June 09, 2013
I'm not a musical guy. Never have. But I enjoyed my time. The pacing, the singing, the actors, the pianist, all on key. I've heard of this musical and heard how much fun it is, well, this is a great place to make sure the version/production you see guarantees you a good time. Way to go & thanks for entertaining me. -Non-Musical, who could now be warming up to Musical, Anthony... full review
ANONYMOUS June 09, 2013
[Title of Show]: Being a show that lets it's cast and concept do the walking, this show is a must-see as it was perfectly cast and executed. Despite it's stripped-down, minimalist setting and keyboard-only instrumentation, it has some surprisingly complex moments in it's songs that are pulled off, vocally and comedically, with pitch-perfect aplomb by this terrific foursome. TOS set a high bar for the other Fringe shows I'll be seeing this year.... full review
JIM MARTYKA June 10, 2013
A perfect Fringe show! Charming script, great direction, fun music and incredible actors. I am not a musicals guy and I had the silliest smile on my face for the entire show. This was the first show I've seen this year for Fringe and I plan on seeing A LOT more...but [title of show] has set a pretty high standard for the rest of them. I can't stress this enough. GO SEE THIS SHOW!... full review
MANDY MUENZER June 10, 2013
LOVED IT!!! Seriously, this is a MUST SEE!!! Fantastic comedic timing, impeccable musicality, and entertaining the whole way through! Furthermore, it couldn't be cast better! All five actors gave incredible performances!... full review
LIZ REINHARDT June 10, 2013
I've been looking forward to seeing [Title of Show] at Fringe ever since I found out it was in the works by some of my friends, as it's one of my favorites! I attended its second preview and I was certainly NOT disappointed. The entire cast was FAB-U-LOUS - energy, heart, great songs that were performed superbly, sarcastic and punny jokes delivered with ease - all in 90 minutes with not much more than the actors and their voices, the staging and amazingly-strong enthusiasm. They serious rocked TOS and did the show proud. If you love TOS, GO SEE IT. If you love theater but have no idea what TOS is, GO SEE IT.... full review
FAYERUZ REGAN June 10, 2013
Link to rave review on Viva Lost Angeles!http://fayeruz.blogspot.com/2013/06/fringe-binge-show-1-title-of-show-no.html... full review
JOSH HILLINGER June 11, 2013
Total fun, total commitment, total energy, total package. I was a little skeptical at the opening number, but the actors won me over quickly. The story felt alive and was as exciting for the characters on stage as it was to watch from the audience. It's a great piece, and the company brought wonderful life to it. The show's text is clever and cute and fun and funny and totally exciting. I left the show singing about how I'd rather be "9 people's favorite thing." I found the girls in the show delightfully charming and hilarious at all the right times. Everyone felt real, and that to me is the difference maker. Great show!... full review
IAN FEDERGREEN June 08, 2013
This is a hilarious, sweet story told with unwavering enthusiasm by a very, very talented cast. In stark contrast with some other Fringe pieces- this is a polished, professional show. If you're already familiar with TOS, I can't imagine you'll be disappointed. If you're new to it, as I was- it's a treat! fringeblog.webs.com... full review
CINDY MARIE JENKINS June 12, 2013
I asked some shows if I could see a dress rehearsal. There’s no time to waste when Fringing. Director Corey Lynn Howe and her talented team bravely took me up on the offer. Heather Lake bounded into rehearsal with all the energy I expect from her past performances. Hugs all around, quite literally! Travis Dixon, playing Hunter, expressed some confusion over Hot Pockets and how to eat them on-stage without getting Hot Pocket mouth. Then they jumped into a run-through. I’d never seen the show, nor heard any of the music to my knowledge. Howe said I was in for a treat, and gave a knowing smile. She was absolutely right. The love and pain of creating a new play, blank pieces of paper mocking you, wondering how people will accept and love y... full review

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