White Trash Wedding and a Funeral

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

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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
DANNY GROSSMAN certified reviewer June 22, 2013
Raunchy, rowdy, crude filthy fun. Just a white trash blast from start to finish. The cast fully commits themselves to their over-the-top characters and takes us on a wild, low-brow ride. Had a great time!... full review
ERIN MOORE certified reviewer June 11, 2013
If you are looking for comedy in its most low-brow, raunchy form this is the show for you. As others have said it is definitely not a show for children or the easily offended. Alan Heitz displays effortless comedic timing as the bartender and a stand out performance by Tracy Peyton adds a sense of realism to the over the top, but funny, stereotypes of the other characters. This is the perfect late night show for anyone looking for something to do after a couple drinks at Fringe Central.... full review
BOB LEGGETT examiner.com certified reviewer June 24, 2013
This was the perfect release from the serious fare of the prior day, and left my sides hurting from laughter. I grew up in the south, and this play managed to capture every negative connotation and cliche associated with life in the South. But they made it so freaking funny so you overlook all the offensive topics and concentrate on the sex and beer loving, trailer park living, money grubbing crazies on stage, reveling in the laughs, the raunchy, crotch-grabbing humor and just letting loose. This is not the show for you if you are looking for the meaning of life or seeking to learn something new. This is the kind of performance that is more akin to Honey Boo Boo moving to the Jersey Shore. It is a guilty pleasure of which I will adm... full review
GINA SALAZAR certified reviewer June 30, 2013
I especially loved the commanding strength of women in the show.... 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