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Punch and Judy

comedy · school of night · Ages 17+ · United States of America

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DAWN ALDEN June 05, 2016
This high-energy, irreverent, darkly-comedic piece is physical comedy at its best. It takes the patriarchy, police violence, sexual assault and even a bit of the current presidential race to their limits, showing them at their grotesque best. Not for the faint-of-heart, but for those with a touch of the ruthless in their humor, this show is a four course meal. ... full review
KURT GARDNER blogcritics, artsbeatla certified reviewer June 15, 2016
The violence is full-blooded and extreme, and if you find yourself offended by the onstage mayhem, you’ve clearly come to the wrong place.... full review
JACK STROUD certified reviewer June 04, 2016
Dont Miss!!!!!... full review
JACK STROUD certified reviewer June 04, 2016
Dont Miss!!!!!... full review
BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ certified reviewer June 05, 2016
These people are damn talented. A highly theatrical show with tasteful, hilarious violence and wonderfully choreographed fight sequences. The actors just nail the physicality of being a live puppet. There is a moment in the show (no spoilers) that just fills the entire space and we are reminded of the magic of theatre. A drummer, with sound effects on the ready, lives in the front of house with the audience as he provides the rim shot to punchlines, cow bells gunshots and the beating of a baseball bat which lies in the deadly hands of Punch. And it's all played for laughs. The directing is razor-sharp and again, these actors know what they are doing considering they all have extensive, professional backgrounds. This is a show that is ready f... full review
JULIA LISA certified reviewer June 05, 2016
Tour it!... full review
This show relies heavily on physical comedy and comedic timing to work, and boy, does it sure have both. And a lot of it. I saw a preview, and it was tight. I was crying so hard from laughing. I cannot express how brilliant this show is. It's very low-brow humor, but it finds its sophistication within that humor. Highly recommended, but when I say it's for "adults only," I mean that sincerely. This show is very un-politically correct, but I love it even more because of it. Whatever you do, DO NOT miss this show. Holy...wow!... full review
PAULINE ADAMEK certified reviewer June 06, 2016
You can read my full review here - http://www.artsbeatla.com/2016/06/hff16-1/... full review
NATHANIEL BEAVER certified reviewer June 08, 2016
Go see it! It's the perfect type of show that plays well at the fringe festival. Fun, short, and a reminder of what theater and performance truly can be!... full review
Deliciously dark, doesn't skip a beat, crazy talented cast, I laughed loudly for the entire show!... full review

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