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dance & physical theatre · black hive theater projects · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States

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FEE DOYLE uncertified reviewer June 15, 2013
Hilarious, grotesque, and sometimes downright gross. A fantastic interactive performance by Gabe, letting us into his character's apocalyptic world with darting eyes, deftly maneuvered steps, and manic tangents. Beautiful set and costume, reminding me of the 7 1/2 floor in Being John Malkovich, or a slightly less psychedelic version of a party Hunter S. Thompson has been to. So pleased. Looking forward to seeing more from Black Hive Theater Projects.... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 23, 2013
Incredibly funny, bizarre, absurd, astonishing. Go see this late night solo comedy spectacle!! Gabe Mckinney is a force of nature.... full review
PAMELA BULLOCK certified reviewer June 19, 2013
I was blown away! I have seen Gabe perform before but never like this. The man performs for a full hour with intense energy to keep you engaged for the whole thing. His rhythm is amazing because every time you think you've figured out game he's playing he takes you somewhere new and deeper and darker! Make time for this show!... full review
GRAHAM BOWLIN certified reviewer June 15, 2013
If you go see More Bigger Masses you will have fun. You'll laugh quite a bit, and you'll be treated to (and involved in) some moments of audience interaction that doesn't feel forced or contrived. Between the direction, the fairly incredible performance by Gabe Mckinney, and the great costume/set design, there's a lot of talent on stage. There's a real point here about American life, but it's never quite hit straight on. I left not completely knowing who Guy was and what his struggles with his corporate tool of a boss Frank meant to him. But I wanted to, and that says a lot. The wonderfully manic performance of Mckinney is more than enough to see this show though, and ultimately I would definitley recommend checking out More Bigger Masses... full review
DON COLLIVER certified reviewer June 21, 2013
creepy, visceral and hilarious. A character is created that I felt so sorry for yet was terrified by. Go see this transformation.... full review