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Gilda: A Tribute to the Beloved Comedienne Gilda Radner

solo performance · helena k cosentino · one person show · United States of America

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ALISON LOGAN June 12, 2016
SEE THIS SHOW! I've now seen about ten shows at the Fringe, and this was my favorite:) Truly, if you want to experience enthralling, amazing theatre, this is the show not to miss!!!... full review
JACK ZULLO certified reviewer June 18, 2016
Another must see of fringe. only one show left. ... full review
AARON SLUSHER certified reviewer June 11, 2016
A phenomenal performance, superbly executed! A touching, comedic tribute by an incredibly talented actress.... full review
MARCIE MAXFIELD certified reviewer June 12, 2016
tagged as: Fabulous!
Fabulousness of Gilda captured! ... full review
SHADLEY GREI certified reviewer June 11, 2016
Highly recommended. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 12, 2016
tagged as: #GILDA
Very energetic and genuine heartfelt admiration was contageous... full review
JUDY LOMBARDO June 12, 2016
FABULOUS!... full review
TROY METCALF certified reviewer June 18, 2016
Wonderfully funny and touching!... full review
MARY ANN PIANKA June 19, 2016
Excellent technique from the performer and production. Wonderful story. Very entertaining- funny, sweet, sad in the right way. Ends on a lovely and uplifting note.... full review
ERIK BLAIR certified reviewer June 19, 2016
Gilda Radner wasn't a comedian that I had much of an opinion about one way or another before I saw this show--I wasn't a big fan of or a a hater against her. Helena Cosentino's top-notch solo performance that celebrates Gilda's life, death, attitude and comedy is so good it made me into a Gilda fan. That's clearly the goal. Helena is a life-long Gilda fan (admitted so as part of the show) and this play is clearly her way of both celebrating that admiration of Gilda's talent and helping to raise money to fight the cancer that ended Gilda's life far too soon. Using a combination of storytelling and her own interpretations of Gilda's characters, Helena does a really stellar job of bringing us into Gilda's life and help us see her unique ... full review


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