The Alexis Lambright Tell-A-Thon: Combating Adult Virginity

solo performance · alexis lambright · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States

Add Your Review

certified reviewers


all reviewers


all press

LESLIE KOREIN certified reviewer June 23, 2014
Alexis is really funny and engaging, and I love the call-in element. More of that, please!... full review
AMY GRANADOS certified reviewer June 24, 2014
tagged as: hilarious · fresh · entertaining · honest · fun · clever · multimedia · funny
This show is hilarious. The concept of the show-as-telethon makes it fun from the get-go. Every minute or two, Alexis takes a turn that you won't see coming. She has carefully crafted a show that incorporates storytelling, audience interaction, song, and film (among other things)in such a way that we're rooting for her immediately. If you're a 'late bloomer' you'll appreciate her take on the awkward moments you've survived. I would see this show again, and I'll be in line for whatever Alexis writes next. ... full review
KYLA GARCIA uncertified reviewer June 11, 2014
tagged as: virginity · funny · comedy · solo show · Brave · hysterical
Alexis is so endearingly funny and wonderful! Her show is unique, bold, and brave. I can easily see her getting scooped up by Comedy Central and having her own show. Her story in combination with the funny house music (she's added her own flair to some familiar hits), her hysterical comedy videos spliced in between (where she takes to the streets of NY to ask questions about sex and virginity and gets some ridiculously wonderful answers), bold interactive audience participation, endearing singing/songwriting, and overall sense of honesty come together to make one heck of a funny show. Also, all the thought and effort she put in to creating the Chronic Virginity center (both the world of it as seen in comedy clips and the brochure that loo... full review
JAMES CAREY uncertified reviewer June 14, 2014
tagged as: funny · Engaging · comedy
A very original story filled with music, humor, video, improv, audience interaction and crazy live phone calls (still don't know how she did that) make up a very funny, funny show. Small audience but we were still LOAO. Go see it!... full review
CARMEN ANGELICA certified reviewer June 22, 2014
tagged as: funny · creative · hilarious
Great show!! Super funny while still being open and vulnerable about the topics of love and sex. Charming and creative, this show's ability to look at the concerns the writer/performer about love and sex are original and hilarious. Definitely a show you don't want to miss at the Fringe. Especially since it traveled all the way from New York.... full review