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comedy · stupid songs · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · United States of America

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DES GAGNON certified reviewer June 21, 2015
Such a great show! So entertaining from start to finish! Go see this talented group!!!... full review
KIFF SCHOLL certified reviewer June 21, 2015
tagged as: comedy · music · parody
What a great show! The audience was uproarious from nearly start to finish. Some highlights include a song by a Russian mail order bride, and a song about a performer who doesn't know what to do with his arms. If one of them doesn't make you bust a gut - wait 5 minutes. The next one will.... full review
CYNTHIA BECKERT certified reviewer June 21, 2015
Seriously professional-quality voices deliver witty musical commentary on everything from post-apocalyptic sexual frustration to serial-killer neighbors, and even address the actors' age-old dilemma of what to do with your arms during an audition! All of the songs are written by the performers and are perfectly suited to their personalities and individual talents. Just the right amount of un-PCness to keep the wicked among us cackling, and enough well-executed choreography to delight the serious musical theatre aficionado. The run is sold out, but I hear they're adding another performance, so get your tickets RIGHT NOW! This is definitely a Do Not Miss show.... full review
AMY HALLORAN certified reviewer June 21, 2015
This show is so much fun! I've seen it a few times and it's always different and makes me laugh every time. Whether you love musical theater or hate it, you'll love the Stupid Songs.... full review
CAROL NACE certified reviewer June 22, 2015
We are affiliated with anyone in this show or at the Fringe. We can see why this is a Pick of the Fringe. It was fast paced and well done. Very original. For a Fringe show, it was excellent. ... full review
HEATHER DOWLING certified reviewer June 22, 2015
tagged as: musical comedy · original · funny · irreverent
This show is so much stupid fun, I could see it again and again and again! The musical numbers are original, timely and hilarious. I'm astounded by the creativity and variety of songs created by this cast. And the CAST - make no mistake, these are serious performers with some serious skills! Bravo!... full review
EDWARD GOODMAN certified reviewer June 22, 2015
tagged as: Stupid · great · funny · muscial · songs
Stupid Songs is as fun and funny as the reviews here state. But also know this show is a professional operation. It moves without a hitch, a steady, satisfying stream of funny songs that range in style and content. Just a solid, funny show. But on thing that struck me is how much right-on commentary is sprinkled throughout the show. How women "win" by selling themselves out, society's crushing expectations and how they can be more deadly than just low self esteem, the way these issues are handled is smart and funny and a great surprise. I haven't read all the reviews but I hope somebody said "So entertaining it's stupid."... full review
STEPHEN STANLEY certified reviewer June 22, 2015
So much fun!!! Not a weak song in the bunch and a wonderfully diverse selection of music and performers. I highly recommend this one - ... full review
MICHAEL VAN DUZER certified reviewer June 23, 2015
From the moment the cast fills the stage in a parody of Fringe artists to the tune of “Hello” from Book of Mormon, you know you’re in good hands. Irreverent, incisive, and wickedly funny, these songs are anything but stupid. Full review at "original article."... full review
WADE SKALSKY certified reviewer June 26, 2015
Just awesome. I had the WORST day at work before I went to she the show. The music and comedy uplifted my spirit and reminded me why I go to live theatre. This fast-piece musical troupe keeps the laughs coming with clever songs, wonderful costumes, talented singers, and skilled musicians. There is nothing Stupid about it. Go see it and take as many people with you as you can. They will thank you for it!... full review