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Rick Died

comedy · bitchin' productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ISABELLA PETRINI certified reviewer June 07, 2015
Totally dug this short, smart series of sketches revolving around a very clever theme. Not only was the writing great, but the actors did an excellent job of executing the comedy in a not-hokey, but still funny way. It's a fun, quick ride that I would definitely recommend to other fringe goers and I look forward to seeing what this group comes up with in the future. I'd like to see more.... full review
EMILY KEANEY certified reviewer June 07, 2015
tagged as: comedy · One Acts
4 hilarious one-acts written and acted by a great cast! Don't miss it! ... full review
CHRISTINE ROUX certified reviewer June 07, 2015
Four hilarious one act scenes put on by four extremely talented actors! This show is the perfect mix of wacky, dark, hilarious, and intelligent comedy. The characters are very easy to relate to while they work through those tough real life situations that really no one knows how to correctly respond to. Rick died, but I laughed. Great job everybody! Definitely seeing this one again 👍... full review
JONATHAN HUMPHREY certified reviewer June 08, 2015
Really funny and clever theme! Would definitely recommend.... full review
SCOTT BOSELY certified reviewer June 20, 2015
5 stars... full review
SEAN BORING certified reviewer June 20, 2015
What an utterly enjoyable hour of theater! The show is comprised of four vignettes that are written and performed by the four talented actors of this company. Their choice to approach the project like this was a good one, because it allows you to hear four distinct voices, while allowing each actor to shine in the roles you know were written with them in mind. All four "one acts" were charming and well written in their own right. However, the standout for me was the final one act with all four actors sharing the stage. The chemistry between the cast (and the comfort level between them) allows the moments in the piece to breathe. Make it a point to check out this play. ... full review
ARIANA QUINONEZ certified reviewer June 20, 2015
I loved it! This show is super funny and original!... full review
DANIEL JOHNSON certified reviewer June 28, 2015
This likable collection of four comedic one-act plays are based around the premise that somewhere, a guy named Rick died, though it's not necessarily the same Rick in each piece. Each skit was written and directed by a member of the 4-person ensemble (Maddie Dial, Danny Gendron, Caroline Levich, and Charlie Laud.) The one-acts are incredibly varied for such a specific premise using a recycled cast. "Human Resources" finds self-absorbed Charlotte meeting with her HR manager, put off that Rick did not return her phone call after a date, she's relieved to learn that she hasn't been rejected - he's just dead. "Plus None" centers on an engaged couple cracking under the stress of planning for a wedding when a convenient death opens up thei... full review

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