The Complete Works of Julia Roberts: a Parody Musical

d&b productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America

world premiere
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DANIELLE SAVRE certified reviewer June 24, 2018
tagged as: fun · witty · clever · musical · Great Acting · great writing.
I absolutely loved the show! It had me laughing throughout and at times I had to fight back the tears. It was completely engaging and I plan on telling everyone I know that it is a must see before the festival ends! ... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 07, 2018
Such a fun show! I had a great time. The cast was really enjoying themselves. I definitely recommend seeing this. ... full review
DOMINIC ZUMBO certified reviewer June 19, 2018
tagged as: fun · inspiring · muscial
It was an original story that did a great job of weaving familiar and nostalgic Julia Roberts scenes within its plot. Jessica’s character does a great job of building rapport with the audience and tying the scenes together. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 24, 2018
The witty writing of Bobby Beus combined with the catchy, clever music by Caleb Martin set the stage for this talented cast to entertain – and boy did they deliver! The sometimes subtle and sometimes obvious references to Julia Robert’s characters were hilarious and kept the audience laughing and engaged right through to the standing ovation. Actors portraying Julia Roberts were all very strong. Michael Kriger showcased his considerable talents and a highlight was his hilarious performance of “Mergers and Acquisitions.” Haley Ashlin, as Jessica captured the audience’s hearts from the start with her strong acting, and wowed them throughout the performance with her stunning vocals. It is no wonder this show was selected for Encore performan... full review
SANDRA AYRES certified reviewer June 25, 2018
We loved the show! Although my husband is less familiar than me with the works of Julia Roberts, he was equally impressed by the witty writing, fantastic music, and amazing acting and vocal talents displayed.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 30, 2018
This witty show captured the audience's heart right from the start. Clever music and lyrics and some great performers! Matt Kriger shows such versatility switching between multiple roles. Taylor Moskowitz, Laura De Lano, Amanda McCoy, and Christina Simos do incredible at portraying some iconic Julia Roberts roles. Gerson Rapport is extremely lovable as each of the male ensemble roles. The voice of Moriah Angeline sounds just like the "Alexa" I have at home, extremely convincing. The lead, Haley Ashlin is onstage the entire show and reacts so genuinely to everything that is thrown her direction. Although she sings very little in the show, she has a voice that could rival some of Broadway's best. The most impressive fringe show this year by fa... full review