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The Catholic Olympics

comedy · mark your calendar productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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RON PALMER June 17, 2016
Two thumbs up! ... full review
WENDI DE BARROS June 14, 2016
tagged as: A Must See!
Wonderfully entertaining!... full review
DOUGLAS STEIGER certified reviewer June 16, 2016
tagged as: hilarious
Grand time!... full review
RYAN DEREMER June 16, 2016
See it!... full review
ERIC PIERCE certified reviewer June 20, 2016
Very funny! If you're looking for an offbeat comedy to give you a break from some of the more traditional shows at the fringe, this is it. Come ready to participate and ready to laugh.... full review
ASHLEY LOVE June 22, 2016
Such a fun night! 45 min flew by because the audience is part of the show! I enjoyed the interaction and the overall zaniness of the piece. Stand out performance was definitely Hershey Wingler as Mary McClarey! Fantastic comedic timing, hilarious voices/characters and a bright ray of sunshine each time she approached the mic! ... full review
CHARLES ZIARKO certified reviewer June 26, 2016
THE BOOK OF MORMON would surely entertain Jack-Mormons who don't take their religion seriously (who could?), and this show fulfills the same function, I suspect, for Lapsed Catholics! Producer-Director Robert O'Meara shepherds a talented cast of 6 (3m/3f) through a circumscribed radio show (ideal for a tiny Fringe venue) that skewers A LOT of Catholicism---and clad in coach garb he directs the audience, too! The result=very, VERY broad humor, but the handout program cataloging the "contestants" is funny in itself and the show's photo ad is a real hoot! Pious People, Beware!... full review
WALLY LAUZON June 16, 2016
This show is the best of the best and I highly recommend seeing it. You won't be disappointed. Be prepared to become part of the production!... full review

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