White Trash Wedding and a Funeral

la comedy sauce · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · United States

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CHRISTINA EPPLESTON certified reviewer June 10, 2013
I think the most hilarious part of this performance is realizing you KNOW these people in real life! The whole cast did a great job of trashing up a wedding, and bringing some convoluted craziness to a murder plot.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2013
Fun and raunchy...not for the feint of heart OR children. Actor's do a great job bringing these wacky characters to the stage. Definitely worth a see if you get a chance and like some white trashiness! ... full review
DEIDRE MOORE certified reviewer June 10, 2013
Something for everyone...except kids. Don't bring your kids. It was hilarious, disgusting, raunchy, and fun! Go see it!... full review
JERRY CHAPPELL uncertified reviewer June 19, 2013
I was not really loving this show. I am not easily offended- however I did grow up in the south- and they managed to capture every possible southern stereotype in some very strong, and a few weak performances. I give them kudos for fearless execution- everybody gave themselves fully to these characters (not that there is really any depth within these characters) and the opening announcement was cleverly executed and for me the highlight of the show. Over all- the script is sloppy at best. There is hardly any plot- other than to call people names, fart, and smash beer cans on your forehead, and be as trashy as humanly possible. Mix the above with a modicum of intrigue so it's not a Jerry Springer episode and bam- we have theatre gold.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2013
R-rated fast paced hilarity at it's finest. This talented group of character actors bring the funny and leave you wanting more. White Trash Wedding and Funeral is a must see on the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Grab your PBR, put on your daisy duke cut offs, and get ready to get down to your redneck roots with this fun ensemble piece, not suitable for children. It's certainly a f-ckin HOOT!! Cheers!... full review
ROBERT LADE certified reviewer June 10, 2013
If here was a swear jar for this show, the deficit would be history. Great fun and some really terrific performances. Something for everyone. As long as there not my kids or my parents!!!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2013
Lots of fun. You'll laugh, you'll cringe, then you'll laugh some more. ... full review
AARON KOZAK certified reviewer June 15, 2013
I laughed when I walked through the door at the shopping cart full of beer cans, wondering which members of the cast took part in drinking all those for the show. By end of the experience, I could only assume it was all of them. The ensemble is stacked with talented character actors, and they work effortlessly to give you exactly what you came for: a foul mouthed, drunken look at redneck family matters. The well rounded cast showed no weak links, and this a credit to good directing as well. I can only assume this was a hilarious rehearsal process. I had several drinks before I went in, and that is what you should do. It's a rowdy good time, one not for those easily offended. ... full review
AMY FRANCIS SCHOTT uncertified reviewer June 21, 2013
I happened into this show because it was the next thing playing. The cast was talented and committed, and much silliness, stereotyping, and (very) low brow humor ensued. Much of the audience was laughing itself hoarse. I can appreciate it for what it is, but it is not my cup of tea. (Or beer. Or spit-out chewing tobacco.) But it was fun, and I laughed sometimes in spite of myself... I look forward to seeing these actors in other projects!... full review
IAN FEDERGREEN certified reviewer June 17, 2013
A Jerry Springer Show come to life. This might be worth seeing for the costumes alone. The cast has fun, and delivers exactly what's promised. See it late-night and see it drunk.... full review