The Midnight Menagerie

comedy · the bardic bastards · Ages 15+ · United States of America

world premiere
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ALAN MCFARLAND certified reviewer June 15, 2018
Hilarious. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2018
“In the stylings of Tennessee Williams comes this black comedy by auteur Brandon Nicholas Pfeltz. Michael Callas is a tour du force as a sleeze ball Hollywood producer desperately in search of a real human connection. Propped up by cocaine, booze and charism he meets his untimely demise at the hands of a woman that could have been his future wife. All his friends betray him. And he doesn’t care any more.” ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 19, 2018
tagged as: fun · entertaining · special effects
The show was really fun and entertaining. I'm a huge fan of stage "special effects." Kudos to all of the actors as they were all so committed and they each owned their roles. There were also some really great jokes in the play that had me laughing ridiculously hard!... full review
JIM KELLER certified reviewer June 21, 2018
Entertained from soup to nuts! Starting with some wine in the lobby was a nice touch. The cast played well with each other. This was my first fringe show, and I’m so glad I came. ... full review
DAVID EVAN STOLWORTHY certified reviewer June 22, 2018
Offensive language, non-sequitur writing, and an unpredictable ending... Just the way I like my murder comedies! ... full review
MICHAEL ANDRICOPOULOS certified reviewer June 22, 2018
Incredible... full review
ALEX SCHEG certified reviewer June 23, 2018
Great time, good story. Good mix of comedy, satire, and substance. Definitely would recommend to those looking to see a good play, but would also recommend to those not a fan of plays in general. It's more like a movie on stage.... full review
BRYAN NGO certified reviewer June 25, 2018
Well paced, charming, cool props. The pompous guy and the little old lady were great. Also liked the guy in the back that got no love. Kevin was his name maybe?... full review