Drunk Bible Stories

southern heathens · Ages 18+ · United States of America

world premiere
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COURTNEY KIMBALL uncertified reviewer June 13, 2018
Just a lot of fun, blasphemous humor and I really appreciated the use of levels.... full review
JEFF LAUB uncertified reviewer June 17, 2018
A good concept with very mixed execution. This reminded me of the type of improv show you see at the Del Close Marathon at 3 AM, when a lot of the performers are drunk and the improv gets into really experimental territory. Since DCM is moving to LA from New York next year, I think this troupe should look into getting a spot for this show there; I think an improv festival would be a much better fit for this show than Fringe. ... full review
KRISTEN GULL certified reviewer June 19, 2018
tagged as: improv · intoxicating · biblical · holy · Holy Trinity · Drunk
Like Drunk History but if the Drunk History also came with a sordid and personal past and familial rituals. ... full review
ROSS BURAN certified reviewer June 19, 2018
Such a fun night! The three hosts held the stage and carried the show confidently. They found jokes in anything and everything and managed to make it look effortless! From the first moment, they establish a loose and almost "anything goes" atmosphere giving the audience a hint at what kind of show this is going to be and giving them permission to relax and have fun, then it completely delivers on what it promises. ... full review
BRANDON BURKHART certified reviewer June 21, 2018
tagged as: funny · hilarious · improv · storytelling · fun!! · fun actors
By far the most fun I've had at Fringe! Go! Hilarious and it doesn't hurt that the audience gets Communion (beer and wine). The three storytellers had us in stitched, and the improv group was awesome.... full review
CHARLES ZIARKO certified reviewer June 11, 2018
In two words: PA. THETIC. This talent-free troupe trash-talks familiar Bible stories, but with 18 options they only got to 2 because they wasted their time AND mine literally drinking on the job, then shrieking with laughter at their own cleverness, something no audience will ever do. It was like watching a "Special Ed" class discovering dirty words. Standout in the cast=plus-size Erika Curry. 51 minutes of her shrieking was like being trapped in an elevator for days with JoAnne Worley. (Robert Wagner could successfully sue her for slander, too. I hope he does.) I looked at my watch every five minutes waiting for it to be over. ... full review