musicals and operas · robot teammate & the accidental party · Ages 10+ · United States of America

family friendly world premiere
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MINDY PFEIFFER certified reviewer June 21, 2015
From start to finish this show was non-stop terrific. Original story, and all the actors were multi-talented, I highly recommend going to see this production!... full review
SUSIE LOHSE certified reviewer June 22, 2015
LOVED this show! Kat Primeau's vocals were exquisite! The songs were so well written and catchy that I wanted to sing along! Everything was top notch from the talent to the story, to the live music, to the unique costumes. This is the type of show you want to see again and again. BRAVO!... full review
LEAH FOLTA certified reviewer June 22, 2015
A hilarious, epic, beautiful adventure through space and time! ... full review
CANDACE STEWART certified reviewer June 22, 2015
Saw Timeheart yesterday Sunday evening performance. What a JOY! Creative,funny, great vocals. Kat Primeau in the role of "Timeheart" has a unique and spellbinding voice and all of the other cast members were delightful. Good times! ... full review
DAVID RHEIN certified reviewer June 22, 2015
tagged as: funny · silly · good time · kid friendly · good music
This show was original and very funny. Unexpected bonus: kid-safe humor, no violence or sex or profanity, and still a raucous good time. The actors all seemed to be having a good time and the audience did as well. Would see again. Also the vocal performances were great.... full review
DISCOVER HOLLYWOOD certified reviewer June 24, 2015
Timeheart, a sci-fi musical now playing at the L.A. Fringe, is goofy, funky, and fun. The first scripted production by the Robot Teammate & The Accidental Party musical improv troupe, what the show lacks in dramatic scope and emotion it makes up in zaniness. Hero Bruce Greenstreet (played spot-on by Dave Reynolds) is a central casting shlub who invents a time machine that inadvertently destroys the Earth. With the help of time-traveling nutty professor (a manic Chris Bramante), Bruce takes on the bad guy (Miles Crosman in high school leading-man glory), wins the girl (a lovely Molly Dworsky) and undoes some of the damage he caused by inventing the damn thing in the first place. The key to all this is a woman called Timeheart (played b... full review
MATTHEW MARTIN certified reviewer June 26, 2015
As a child of musicals I was completely won over by this production. Going in I had no idea what to expect. And I'm so glad! From the opening number by the Timeheart, to the follow up by the hero, I was captured. The cast and crew did an incredible job taking the audience on a journey they would never forget. The musical direction by Sam Johnides and the vocal talent of the cast provides some of the most catchy and most heartfelt songs of the festival. With the brilliant staging and production design by Crosman this production moves so smoothly that it is over before you know it and before you want it to! Well done! A for sure MUST SEE this season!... full review
NICK ARMSTRONG certified reviewer June 09, 2015
This is a must see show! The ensemble is great, it's pretty brilliant and funny. Very tongue and cheek, but with a lot of heart and moving as well. This musical comedy has it all!... full review
DAVE NEWBERG certified reviewer June 09, 2015
Timeheart is like all the things that I love had awesome thing-sex with each other and birthed a stage performance. A stage performance possessing well above average and big, swinging everything. I will see this show again, so help me Galeekazork.... full review
DAN SIMON certified reviewer June 09, 2015
Fun, funny, inspiring! Incredible cast. Great show. Guaranteed to entertain everyone.... full review