Natalie Portman, the Musical!

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PROMISE DUVAL-COSTELLO certified reviewer June 16, 2013
I don't want to give too much away but it's one of the best, if not in my opinion the best show I've seen. The description nails the show! A sketch comedy of the amazing Natalie Portman. There's non stop jokes and you will recognize some of the characters who come along the way, from Kristen Stewart to Jody Foster to Samuel L Jackson, who narrates the only way Samuel L would.They take us from high school to college to major films such as Mars Attacks(One of my favorites), V for Vendetta, Black swan and of course the timeless empire,Star Wars. From SNL to Sesame Street, its one heck of a ride. The actors are brilliant, I've never laughed so hard in my life!There's lots of Improv which adds to the humor. There's something in there for everyo... full review
KELLI YORGASON certified reviewer June 17, 2013
Loved the show!! It kept me laughing throughout the entire thing!! The directors and cast make the entire show a Hit!! The script couldn't be more perfect and the cast make it real and enjoyable every step of the way! Unexpected things happened and the improv added to the situation to make it hilarious! I suggest everyone sees this show!! Totally worth it! :)... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer June 24, 2013
Laurence Olivier starred in a production of Romeo and Juliet where the reviews he received for his rendering of the star crossed Montague kid were so uniformly abysmal that he seriously considered giving up on acting. Bob Dylan started his musical career with a band christened the Golden Chords. They lost to a tap dancing act in a high school talent show. Myself, I began with a musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” bloated by 27 numbers featuring 39 actors (more or less), with the sociopathic Amazon wife of my musical partner at my throat throughout the entire rehearsal period, performed in a four foot square space inside the old Déjà Vu Coffeehouse. Oh yeah, big time disaster. What I am saying here is basically we all... full review