Easy Targets

comedy · the burglars of hamm · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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JULIA GRISWOLD certified reviewer June 12, 2017
I love this show so much. See both lineups, the mens' (America First) and womens' (Women's March). You won't regret it.... full review
BRIAN WALLACE certified reviewer June 14, 2017
Saw this three days ago and my face is still hurting from laughter. Such a brilliant concept, executed with sharp writing, smart direction, and fine performances. Will really "knock your socks off" in more ways than one!... full review
MINDY PFEIFFER certified reviewer June 17, 2017
tagged as: clever · hilarious · Lots of fun · imaginative
A great way to spend an hour laughing your head off, lots of fun, and good exercise for your arm muscles!... full review
KATHERINE MURPHY certified reviewer June 18, 2017
Always a good time, and this time didn't fail. I saw the men's cast - how can something so wrong feel so right?... full review
LYNN ODELL certified reviewer June 19, 2017
Incredibly timely.... full review
CURT BONNEM certified reviewer June 19, 2017
I saw both the men's and women's night of this production, and they were both an absolute blast. These shows are cathartic, in a couple of ways. First, I haven't laughed so hard in a long time. My face hurt. Second, you get to throw socks at the performers, while they perform the best of the worst one-person shows. So, if you've ever felt the need to punish a terrible one-person performer, or you just need to get out a little stress, there's nary a better way to do it. But backing up...when I say "worst" one-person shows, know that these are designed to be bad. They are performed by 8 of the most fearless, talented and hilarious actors. They barely bat an eye as literally hundreds of socks are being hurled at them. I cannot recommend ... full review
TJ O'BRIEN certified reviewer June 22, 2017
tagged as: hilarious · must-see · cathartic · communal
I was having a crappy week when I saw the women's show, and I have not laughed that hard in AGES! I REALLY needed that. In addition to the healing laughter, there is something really cathartic about hurling socks at people--and something really cool, communal and shared about the experience! I subsequently dragged friends to the men's show and they loved it just as much as I did. Seriously--MUST SEE!!!... full review
AARON MENDELSON certified reviewer June 25, 2017
Brilliant. Original. Zany. Cathartic. Roman.... full review
CATHERINE CURTIS certified reviewer June 26, 2017
After several weeks of intensive theatrical experiences, this is the perfect catharsis. Take out all your passive aggressions on those hackneyed, egocentric, overdone tics and build muscle at the same time!... full review
TAYLOR WINTERS haunting.net certified reviewer June 26, 2017
tagged as: fun · interactive · immersive
Ultimately, Easy Targets is more immersive than some of the shows billing themselves as immersive this year. Putting socks in the hands of the audience adds a layer of humor that works in perfect contrast to the shocking words on stage. The talent of the actors, writers, and directors provides a focal point for our hatred and accomplishes what any good theater aims for: to make the audience feel. And boy do we feel; we feel with every single throw. And we buy more socks during the break to feel some more. When that one perfect throw smacks the actor right across the face, catharsis is achieved and we leave the show feeling both accomplished and a little lighter. See review for full article. ... full review