Review by anonymousJune 18, 2017
What I liked
A strong cast of six performing over 30 roles in the show received lots of applause and laughter from the audience. Performing in a house of 50 people, the energy level and camaraderie on stage was apparent and it was fascinating to see the actors make each character unique. In a rhyming couplet format, the dialogue was easy to follow and original songs and choreography took the show to a higher level.
What I didn't like
Having attended the final show, I wish there were more dates, because this production is one that should be seen.
My overall impression
Having attended dozens of shows over the past few years, “The Defecate-ables” did a masterful job of making this one of the more memorable shows I will remember. From the opening act, the production did a great job of setting the tone for the rest of the show and the creativity of producer and director Mark Smith, who also acted in the production, was on display. Having seen Smith’s “Thanksgiving is a Tradition of Sin” last year, I was intrigued with this production, which provided a comical take on controversial historical political leaders, including President Donald Trump.