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White Trash Wedding and a Funeral

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

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JASON PHIL June 24, 2013
Trying to be edgy, but succeeding more at being obnoxious. Some good performances, but a weak script.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2013
It's pretty much exactly what you would think a show like this is: raunchy, gross and rude. And it's damn funny. The actors give it their all and then some. Lots of fun! ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 11, 2013
[email protected][email protected] funny! Dirrrtay as hell, but still funny. Why did I laugh so hard at this thing???!?!?! I went to college!!!!!!... full review
JOSEPH PEREZ certified reviewer June 10, 2013
If you're looking for a raunchy good time, this is the show for you! An amazingly talented cast of thoroughly funny people. Definitely not tame, definitely not for kids, and definitely worth seeing!... full review
A Jerry Springer wet dream. So glad I was in attendance. Such a devoted cast and great direction. Keep going guys!!!!... full review
JEFFREY STACKHOUSE certified reviewer June 16, 2013
So. Here was my day: I perform an opera at noon. Afterwards, I walk over to Fringe Central Bar and order myself a beer and grab a bag of popcorn. About 3:15, I step next door and realize there's a pretty long line for White Trash Wedding (who knew?). On line, I talk to a guy in from Rome *for one day* who asks me what the line is for. Because I am incredibly up my own ass, I try and explain low-brow American humour with references to Benny Hill and English Punch&Judy shows, and how this show, in particular, is probably like being a European and watching an American Western: completely divorced from reality, but kinda America-boiled-down. He decides he must experience this American art form. We each buy tickets, and I'm informed a... full review
ANONYMOUS June 16, 2013
The opening announcement was clever & funny but it was all downhill from there. The show was filled with cursing, heavy drinking, burping, farting, ruthless name-calling, brawling, tobacco-chewing (complete with accidental consumption of that chew via unattended cup), naked butt-baring, incest and raunchiness. There were a few stand-out performances, but over all, I was sorry I wasted my afternoon on what I found to be a weak script trying to plug in as many "white trash " stereotypes they could think of. Some people may find it funny, I found it lazy & disgusting. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 15, 2013
I thought it was soo funny. Every cast member was on point. No better way to send an hour. GO, laugh, drink!... full review
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

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