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My Big Fat Blonde Musical

neon watching day productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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Miss Stroll takes the well-explored genre of the struggles-in-Hollywood autobiography and infuses it with playful energy, deft character impressions, and enough sincerity to keep the piece grounded. Far from a self-indulgent monologue, the show is truly a performance, with sly comedic songs about the vagaries of Hollywood, artful use of visuals, and a whirlwind of well-choreographed stage antics. Of particular note are Ms. Stroll's enactment of supporting characters in her story, such as a fat-shaming agent and vapid personal trainer. (Her portrayals are so vivid that I briefly developed a false memory of additional actors on stage.) The story's details will resonate most strongly with actors going through similar struggles, but they're pres... full review
BRANDIE JUNE certified reviewer June 20, 2016
This was an amazing show. I generally shy away from 1 person shows, but this was truly hilarious and touching.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 04, 2016
OMG! Best. Show. Ever. It was so much fun!! Definitely put this show on your list of fringe shows to see!!... full review
JARED PIXLER certified reviewer June 04, 2016
tagged as: One Woman Show · funny · musical
You will enjoy it. Go see it. The ending number was one of the highlights for me.... full review
BRIAN MICHAELS certified reviewer June 04, 2016
You really have to see this play. It's smart, beautifully performed, and sends a good message in a thoroughly entertaining and delightful way! (As a side note, the recorded background choruses were all performed by Ms. Stroll, overdubbed. How do I know that? I asked. I'm a professional.)... full review
DANA DERUYCK certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Incredibly charming; well written and performed. You'll leave the theatre both identifying with Teresa and wanting to be her BFF, middle fingers raised high in solidarity.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2016
Go See This Show!... full review
ERIC CIRE June 06, 2016
This is a great show at the perfect time for a place like Los Angeles. With calls for inclusivity finally being listened to (if not always heard), it's great to see a talented performer like Theresa sharing the trouble she's had being seen by the overly exclusive, narrow ideals of Hollywood, and showing exactly why they're missing out by doing so. Go see it, have a great time, and add this incredibly talented young woman to your roster of people to keep an eye on.... full review
GREGORY CRAFTS certified reviewer June 08, 2016
This is the first show in a long time where I flew to my feet immediately upon it ending to give it a well-deserved standing ovation. "Fuck it" is my new personal anthem, and it will be yours too, once you hear it. 10/10 Will See Again.... full review
ERIN MOORE certified reviewer June 08, 2016
An hour long pure delight!... full review

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