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Andy: The Red-nosed Warhola

immersive theatre · ezra buzzington · Ages 19+ · United States of America

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JAMES SCHNEIDER June 09, 2017
tagged as: art · performance · Gallery · 60's · culture · celebrity
A breezy, heady and satisfying show. Fun premise of cool subject performed imaginatively and charmismatically. ... full review
TONY FRANKEL stage and cinema June 12, 2017
A phenomenal Fringe experience in Andy Warhol's words. See my review.... full review
RYAN LISMAN June 13, 2017
This show is very interesting and I would highly recommend it. I found myself being very deep in thought after it, which I think is an excellent thing because that means that the very unique and insightful philosophical words of Andy Warhol really resonated with me. I promise that you will have a great experience seeing this show. ... full review
JOSEPH WINDOWS TO SKY June 11, 2017
tagged as: warhol · art · gender reversal · comedy · immersive · 60s · philosophical
Really thought-provoking, deeply twistedly funny, and a great gender-bending Warhol performance, in an immersive Warholian Factory like setting where you can really buy the actual art right off the walls.... full review
NIKKI MULLER June 11, 2017
tagged as: art · creative · experimental · fun · weird · fascinating · historical · precision
Crisp, precisely choreographed performances from a deeply talented cast delightfully infuse Warhol's weird-ass words with new life in the span of a very fast and mesmerizingly engaging half hour. Go to this show. ... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer June 12, 2017
Impressive, clever, witty, and thought-provoking, the show is loads of fun and should be worth a look if you've got an extra 30 minutes in your schedule. ... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY thetvolution.com June 15, 2017
see my full article... full review
BRUCE PINER certified reviewer June 18, 2017
The actors, Kara Emry (Warhol), Krista Conti ("model"), and Will McMichael ("model") are simply brilliant in that way that only the most skilled, seasoned, well rehearsed, and highly talented actors are easily able to realize the printed word. Their timing is spot-on. Go to this wonderful, goofy, profound theatre piece.... full review
NATASHA LEWIN certified reviewer June 17, 2017
Super glad I found this show! All Warhol's words! Whoa! Well cast too! Impressive memorization! Loved it!... full review
ANTHONY BACKMAN June 18, 2017
Performance art-gasm. To be thorough, the first impression started at the opening night party where Andy and his entourage walked the lines for fringe central in the glow of a camera light, stopping for picture strobes and reflection. This sort of bold and broad focus pull for publicity was so much in line of what I understand about Andy I was immediately hooked. The show had already started and i didn't even have a ticket yet. Brilliant. To add to the mystery, I would walk by the venue from time to time and see the actors holding the space. This was evident because the front of the venue that this is performed in (an art gallery, by the way) is a full glass window. So the actors are on display which then begs the question of who is wa... full review

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