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Asshole: A Tragedy

comedy · vincent lacey · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by MANDY BICS

June 16, 2018 certified reviewer
tagged as: surprising · delightful · honest · hilarious · blunt · gross

What I liked

I really enjoyed the beginning where He was tryi to figure out how to start the show! I like the honesty of not knowing how to start the show. My favorite characters were her father and the homeless lady! Amazing line, “So we gonna fuck now!” And his disgusted reaction to the poop she kept with her!

What I didn't like

I’m not sure, I thought the overall arch was very nice. Perhaps the end was a little confusions because the audience though the show was over, but then the main character asked if they could do one more song. So maybe make that more clear.

My overall impression

I wasn’t exactly sure what I was getting myself into, but I knew it might be uncomfortable. What I didn’t expect was how funny and honest it would be! A suprise to see such and uncomfortable topic talk about in such a delightful way with song, dance, and amazing characters!

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