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LAUGHING WILD

comedy · independent · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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EUGENIA HASSLER June 12, 2015
tagged as: captivating · artistry · great show
Came to see the pre-view last week. Its a great show, really enjoyed myself here. Free spirits, strong acting and captivating. Will come again to see the last show and the progress they made. :-) Strong team and pure artistry. A great addition to the Fringe Festivals. ... full review
MORNA MURPHY MARTELL certified reviewer June 13, 2015
Author Christopher Durang is at his madcap best in this funny portrait of two modern young people trying to make sense of an absurd world. First Constantin Wenzel draws us into his sphere where his struggle to be a spiritual being is always being demolished by his dour interior cynic. Then Samantha D’Alessio is totally daft, a grumbling psycho trundling her rage into every minor event she stumbles across. They meet, not so cute, in a grocery store where a can of tuna becomes a signal for war. The small things in life are the basis of the humor in this madly captivating play. Carried by these two excellent performers we are whirled into a world where logic and common sense cast no shadow. Directed with panache by Kymberly Harris. You’ll laugh... full review
TESSA DE BAUDINIERE certified reviewer June 27, 2015
Super show ! Two young funny and attractive actors ! They rock the stage . Hope to seem them soon in another performance , they have a great potential!!!... full review
WILLIAM QUINTANILLA June 14, 2015
Date Night With My Wife and what a perfect start to the Night with a Play. We really enjoyed ourselves. The cast is perfectly casted. Awesome comedic timing. Great Direction By Kymberly Harris. I would highly recommend you go watch it!... full review

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