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LIGHTS - CAMERA - LYLA! The Second Act

solo performance · jeffrey wylie · Ages 12+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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SAM WHITING certified reviewer June 09, 2017
A good work about an important topic. And that wig...... full review
WENDI JOHNSON certified reviewer June 10, 2017
Charming, nice lesson enjoyable..I got caught up at the end and a little teary eyed.... full review
STEPHEN SPIEGEL certified reviewer June 10, 2017
what a fun afternoon getting into the head of this small town girl. some fun show tunes and great costumes make for a very fun show! ... full review
BETH POLSKY June 13, 2017
An amazing solo performance! Lyla will make you laugh, while tugging on your heart strings. A brilliant use of audio/visuals. Such great fun. Don't miss!... full review
TOM CAVANAUGH June 14, 2017
A true master of the solo performance.... Lyla with the best hair in the Hollywood Fringe... full review
JIM HANNA certified reviewer June 14, 2017
Great news, Fringe! LYLA'S BACK! Fringe legend Jeffrey Wylie has brought his eternally beloved Lyla back and I grinned stupidly throughout (between all the laughs). Lyla is so damned likable and funny and earnest. The silliness is always rippled with sincerity and a little heartache and it makes for the most delightful hour you'll find at Fringe (or two hours if you catch her re-mount of "Lyla Loves Texas.") ... full review
NATASHA LEWIN certified reviewer June 17, 2017
tagged as: uplifting · Bullying · fun
It is so refreshing to see a play that's both uplifting and entertaining! I cried! I laughed! I had a moment!... full review
CHARLES ZIARKO certified reviewer June 12, 2017
UPDATE JUNE 18: Those who can't get enough of Lyla may find 37 minutes doesn't fulfill their expectations; for others, it will be enough. This 2017 "sequel" takes Lyla out of small-town TX and into Big Time Celebrity Culture, with the same dazzling wig but a whole new wardrobe and lots of local video footage pretending to be New York---and the same large cast of off-stage voices to which we're already accustomed! "Fish-out-of-water" is the theme, though (spoiler!) Lyla winds up back in TX with her friends, where she belongs! ORIGINAL REVIEW: As advertised, you don't have to see the "original" solo performance prize-winner from a few years back to enjoy the current "sequel", but I'm glad I took the trouble to see TEXAS LOVES LYLA! first... full review
JADE BEAUVOIR June 23, 2017
This was my fastest hour at Fringe. It flew by! "Lyla Karug" (spelling? Pronounced: Lie like a rug) is f*cking hilarious.... full review
ANDREW HOLMES June 18, 2017
Lyla is a terrific creation and this second show is a worthy sequel to the first.... full review

Wigfield - The Play

Wigfield – the can-do town that just may not!

In Conclusion:

They have it all: cash, charm, and connections. Playing by different rules. So when a boy is found dead and two more stand to hang, justice is under the microscope and we have to ask: how did we get here, where are we going and do we have a choice?