unicornland partners · Ages 16+ · United States of America

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SAM SHABER certified reviewer June 04, 2018
My very first Hollywood Fringe show and I loved it! Entertaining and authentic throughout - don't miss.... full review
ZACHARY BERNSTEIN certified reviewer June 18, 2018
Any reservations you might have about the subject matter should be checked at the door. This is a smart show with a great script, tight direction, and an excellent cast. More than a parody, and very funny.... full review
SCOTT GOLDEN certified reviewer June 03, 2018
I really enjoyed this show. Tight script. Great actors. This one is going to be a favorite of mine for awards this year!... full review
MISTY MONROE CLARK certified reviewer June 03, 2018
Great show! The actors were excellent, I loved their interpretations of the Kardashians. The script was witty and an excellent blend of a classic story from a moden point of view. GO SEE THIS SHOW! You will not be disappoinnted.... full review
AYESHA SIDDIQUI certified reviewer June 05, 2018
tagged as: witty · Chekhov · pop culture
I love when writers take on a subset of pop culture and explore the deeper human need behind it. And what is particularly fun and different about this show is that Lucy Gillespie ties it in with Chekhov's three sisters. The writing is witty and well paced, the performances funny and grounded, and the direction was spot on. Go see it!... full review
JULIA LISA certified reviewer June 06, 2018
Clever writer, Lucy Gillespie playfully weaved the classic style with the modern setting. Great length. I hope to see this show live on past Fringe to reach a new young audience.... full review
LISA DEFARIA certified reviewer June 05, 2018
tagged as: Kardashian Redux
'Keeping Up With the Prozonovs' was totally fun, fabulous, wise and witty - a small theater experience with BIG theater promise! ... full review
ASHLEY STEED certified reviewer June 04, 2018
In short: Very witty and charming play that shows us the grass may not always be greener on the other side. This is a smartly written play that fuses Checkov's Three Sisters with the modern mythology of the Kardashians (and our society's obsession with appearances and notoriety). Lucy Gillespie's writing is sharp and hilarious throughout, which is adroitly directed by Katie Lindsay. The entire cast has spot on comedic timing and fully commit to their characters. Especially engrossing is Fabianne Meyer as Masha, whose dry wit brings wisdom and relief in the original, but here fuels her hunger for fame. Not wanting to give anything away, the ending is particularly poignant - a warning that hauntingly echoes its original source: "If we only... full review
DEANIE FYHRIE certified reviewer June 06, 2018
The show was a delight! It went by fast even though there was no intermission. I was engaged the whole time and laughed a lot, even though the subtext was dark (and smart!) I highly recommend seeing this gem of a show before it's gone! Fabianne Meyer and Chloe Dworkin gave standout performances.... full review
LAUREN ASHLEY OLIVER certified reviewer June 08, 2018
Prozorovs cleverly and seamlessly marries Chekhov with the unabashed narcissism of the Kardashian family. Call backs from Three Sisters as portrayed through the self-promoting filter of the Prozorovs made for a laugh-out-loud, thought-provoking 90 minutes of fun with a talented cast and sharp dialogue.... full review