Fairy Tales Against Humanity

comedy · fairy tales against humanity · Ages 18+ · United States of America

world premiere
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JUAN ESPARZA certified reviewer June 19, 2016
This show was hilarious, witty, fast, and amazing all rolled into one with a side of "oh shi-" thrown in. For my first show going in, I'm definitely going to future shows when I'm able to. 5/5, would watch again =D... full review
BARBARA BOND certified reviewer June 20, 2016
Hilarious, high-energy improv show! Terrific, talented, bonded cast that kept us laughing the entire time. With fun moments of audience participation and entertaining grilling of the special guest, it's 90 minutes of non-stop silliness. Don't miss this show!... full review
SARAH KELLY certified reviewer June 20, 2016
tagged as: comedy · improv · fairy tale
The show was hysterically funny, irreverent in all the right ways, and just so much fun. I haven't laughed that much in a long time! If you're looking for a good time at Fringe, go see it!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer July 20, 2016
This should not even have happened. There was no show to see and nothing, and I mean NOTHING funny. What a waste of time. It looked like a lot of talented actors on stage with nothing to do. ... full review
KAT MICHELS certified reviewer June 24, 2016
This show is one part classic fairy tale, one part improv and one part mad lib. Essentially, host JP Karliak, introduces the special guest for that show, then with both the guest’s and the audiences’ help fills in a Mad Lib to distort a classic fairy tale. It is a great concept, however, who remembers how long it took to fill in a regular Mad Lib? Forever, right! Now imagine that process for an entire fairy tale instead of a simple paragraph. It took way too long, and though he tried valiantly, Karliak was unable to keep the process entertaining. By the time the actual improv started I had lost interest. That being said, the improv itself was great, this is a very talented cast, and they were able to regain my interest. I was particularly... full review