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Live From the Grave: It's John Belushi

cabaret & variety · blaise productions · Ages 21+ · United States of America

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ERIK BLAIR certified reviewer June 18, 2016
John Belushi was chaos incarnate. So it sort of feels appropriate that a play about his early career should also feel like chaos incarnate. The question however, is whether that chaos is happening purely ONSTAGE or also behind-the-scenes. And while I really, REALLY liked Jack Zullo AS john Belushi himself, I wasn't entirely sure about where the chaos was coming from in the rest of the current version of this production. It's a giant cast of actors who are playing comedians I know--but I can't recognize them from the actors' performances or costumes or mannerisms. There are lots of scenes that are apparently replications of early Second City and other comic sketches--but they seem somehow unrehearsed (which seems strange, given that the o... full review
MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 18, 2016
tagged as: unique · biography · musical · edgy · Well Crafted
This story was one that needed to be told and told correctly, it is a passion project in every sense of the word and it feels like a "biopic" done right. Informative, funny, sometimes a tad dark but always entertaining this is a comedic show that centers on the art of comedy as well as it's potential consequences. I really enjoyed this program.... full review
JOAN VIEWEGER June 27, 2016
Well done!... full review
ROBBY DEVILLEZ June 25, 2016
tagged as: fun · funny
This a such a fun show. The live rock band brings such a contagious energy to the audience. Very funny show!... full review
RICH BAKER certified reviewer June 26, 2016
Overall, I liked the show. Wish it was at a better venue.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 27, 2016
A great through-back to the golden age of improve and early wacky NBC TV shtick. A good was to while away a Sunday afternoon with old friends from my SNL watching days. Most of the bits were funnier than most of the stuff on SNL today. ... full review
MARCIE MAXFIELD certified reviewer July 06, 2016
tagged as: fun!!
Good Time! ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 07, 2016
Groovy... full review
ANONYMOUS June 19, 2016
Diappointing is being kind.Ignoring the years from John making it to his intimely death was a missed opportunity.Instead the show peters out with a mediocre Blues Brothers rendition,and then descends into a self indulgent Cast dance party on stage. All in all,as a tribute to an iconic genius this was an epic fail... full review


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