comedy · full disclosure productions · Ages 16+ · United States

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BENNY LUMPKINS certified reviewer June 28, 2013
This is a warm and heartfelt tale of a young Indian girls in small town USA who is looking for the way to get to the top of the popularity ladder she uses the 90's teen movies for her instruction manual I like this one but be aware of the screaming and yelling of the actress as if she is a fan of a boy band but otherwise you will walk away with this one with more memories of high school.... full review
BRENT HARRISON certified reviewer June 16, 2013
What a fun show takes you through all the emotions of being back in high school without having to experience the drama yourself. ... full review
VINOJ ZACHARIA certified reviewer June 26, 2013
The moment I knew I loved this show was when I almost started talking back to Rati as she was on stage. The whole show was honest, real, sad, hilarious and reminds all of us of the awkardness, successes, and failures of high school. (Or at least knew someone who was like this.) Would definitely recommend to anyone, and already have.... full review
REBEKAH YORK certified reviewer June 20, 2013
This show creatively went through high school in one girl's point of view. I really liked that she showed how the movies and television shows she watched truly influenced her views on high school and how she weighed the importance of popularity. It was a hilarious and vulnerable show that was intelligently written and cleverly paired with media that allowed the audience to re-watch classic romantic comedies through the eyes of our new friend. Thanks!... full review
MIKE TARGUS certified reviewer June 16, 2013
Great show! Rati's greatest strength is her honesty. Although the comedy and reference level were crafted with precision, her ability to let people laugh at her and themselves greatly benefits from her light and airy delivery, even in the most real/heartbreaking moments. Go see it!... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 17, 2013
Armed with my NATSS slap bracelet, I entered this show with much anticipation. Like Craig Shaynak with his I Am Google show, Rati was a marketing genius, spending many hours networking with other Fringe participants as well as walking among the audiences of Preview Week. Her work paid off with a pair of sold out shows to start her run. Speaking of the show, it was a hoot. I laughed to hide the tears as she hit home run after home run on the things most of us worried about in high school - popularity, finding a boy/girl friend, etc. This show is a real treat and will make you feel better about yourself. Come and laugh out loud with Rati - you'll be glad you did! ... full review
OLIVIA PETERSON certified reviewer June 20, 2013
This show rocked it out. All my teenage fantasy were lampooned, and it was a real trip down memory lane. Rati was hilarious! Nadia's direction of the video featurettes is not to missed!... full review
ALEX SCOTT certified reviewer June 21, 2013
Rati Gupta is the Prom Queen of Comedy and late 90s nostalgia in her wonderful one woman play, Not Another Teen Solo Show. A simple, fun, well put together fringe-solo masterpiece. Anyone who went to high school in the late 90s will love it!... full review
TOM DETRINIS certified reviewer June 28, 2013
Rati is magical and does a wonderful job! So funny. If you LOOOOVE the rom com 90s films, then you will LOVE all of the references. It took me BACK to a simpler, happier time and for that I am grateful. GO SEE IT!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 25, 2013
I'll admit I had my doubts about a solo show, but Rati kept us entertained the whole time!! I was literally LOLing throughout. The show brought up so many great memories from high school. Wish I could see a sequel :)... full review