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Psychodelicate's Magical Playtime

cabaret & variety · alayha aquarian · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America

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GRANT BALL June 11, 2018
embrace the chaos! i felt as if i'd just wandered into a psychedelic circus on the playa at burning man. it was seemingly disjointed and spontaneous with moments of lucid clarity. absurd, deep and hilariously smart all tied together with a message LOVE and universal connection. as if in a dream, i was transported to some mad and hallucinatory realm, delivered by interdimensional travel, all as promised ... full review
TINKS LOVELACE June 11, 2018
This show is completely crazy and yet oddly helped me out on my journey continuing towards inner-peace. ... full review
JEFFREY GOLD June 09, 2018
tagged as: Chaos · fun · comedy · humor · laughter
Anyone who knows me, knows I am a stickler for structure. This show was what might be described as controlled chaos. It was a train crash's idea of a train crash. I LOVED IT. It was disorganized. It was frenetic. It was air traffic control in a blender. Imagine taking every crystal-, yoga-, and kale-based philosophy, packing tightly into a shotgun cartridge, and then firing it into the faces of the audience by Hunter S. Thompson. This was like finding a can of Burning Man in the frozen section of Trader Joe's and having it prepared in front of your eyes—flambé style. It was magnificently crazy, even god showed up at one point to do a town hall meeting (it must be an election year). A greek chorus of stoned wise men (sans frankincense and myr... full review
MICAH COVER certified reviewer June 08, 2018
After the street magician entertained us, the Reverend and the rainbow-colored Rastafarians gave us their blessings, then the autoharpist and banjo cowboy began to play with the paranoid rabbit backing up on maraca. God made an appearance for a quick Q&A (despite our obvious stupidity, she still loves us all). The actress on the stairs kept channeling her old-world mother, but she got through her monologue anyway. Then we got treated to a lecture on sacred geometry. The nudity made the juggler uncomfortable, but he still was able to balance the wheel barrow on his chin while juggling the Devil Tennis Racket. This was one of the wildest, most imaginative and unforgettable theatrical experiences I’ve ever had. I will never forget this show. Th... full review
CONSTANCE JAQUAY STRICKLAND certified reviewer July 08, 2018
I loved the message of the show. I loved the focus of us being interconnected, the healing message I felt and reminding us that we are better together than divided. There was so much love being given out and the performer's heart stayed open and full. I want them to have the chance at another Encore show. ... full review
tagged as: #psychodelicate
This review was posted on my dad's blog! .... full review
DAK KNUDSEN certified reviewer June 24, 2018
tagged as: fun · colorful · wild · innovative · imaginative
Really fun! Colorful, wild, innovative and imaginative. Quite an array of perspectives on the psychedelic experience. ... full review
ASHIRA FOX certified reviewer June 24, 2018
This show is amazing. It is fun, weird, quirky and unexpected. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 21, 2018
I salute Psychodelicate for the intention and sacrifice to pull off this attempt at a madcap revue channeling festival vibes... alas I think it would work much better at an actual festival around 2am... the naked couple need butoh training... a mixed bag, often painfully awkward... sometimes funny, sometimes enlightening...... full review
JASON POSTON June 18, 2018
tagged as: WOW · comedy · mind bending · variety · fun · weird · funny · late night
Hilarious, fun, and weirdly inventive. I had a smile on my face the whole time, with lots of good laughs. Somehow all the ridiculous parts fit together and make for a very entertaining show.... full review

SIGNS w/ Jonathan David

Born to Deaf parents with substance issues, Jonathan David takes us on a hilarious and inspiring first hand account of his and his parents upbringing, his own battles with addiction, and their own continued recovery. Spoken word with ASL Interpreter.

Discount Code "Sins19" for $10 Tickets!

"A show with a unique twist that makes it a great example of how to have fun within a Fringe show..."-EB ..."Like a wiggly just can't be tied down" -HH... #WhatsYourSin?