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

family friendly world premiere
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TIFFANY ASTA certified reviewer June 18, 2015
I thought Timeheart was a super fun time, clever lyrics and witty jokes throughout, and it flies at a fantastic pace. The costuming was very well executed; I caught myself staring at costume pieces for their intricacies and how they were made. David Reynolds and Chris Bramante stand out among this screwy band of misfits and their skillful comedic timing and talents were impressive. If I were to give one criticism, it would be that I lost some of the jokes, especially when singing because I could not hear the actors. If this show were to be extended or taken further somewhere in the beyond, I would add a few more microphones into the mix. An extra floor or hanging microphone or two would have done wonders for the audience members beyond the f... full review
GEORGE STEEVES certified reviewer June 24, 2015
Lots of fun! Good story, Funny Moments, Good Twists and Turns, Not the best singing in the world, but good enough considering this is a comedy. ... full review
MEGHAN OBRIEN certified reviewer June 18, 2015
Fantastic show!... full review
PAUL ROGUS certified reviewer June 20, 2015
6/14 - Could be better - LIKES: Catchy tunes that I hummed walking back to my car. Live band (bass, keyboard, drums)! Adele-like singing narrator! Amazing poster (that sets the expectation bar a little too high for the audience). A talented cast having fun on stage! Loved Chris, Dave and Kat! DIS-LIKES: Bryan Cain. His emotionless Spock like alien with the eye stalks is a downer and doesn't belong in this show - unless he fills that "emotionless" void with some other choice - perhaps comedically depressed like Kip Kroker in Futurama. The staging wasn't as clean as it needed to be with a couple key plot points - somebody eats a gum ball sized planet, I think... Too many awkward scene changes that bring us dangerously close to becoming a... full review