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Meanwhile, Back at the Super Lair

ensemble theatre · the new american theatre · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer June 15, 2018
tagged as: comedy · super heroes · silly
A broad comedy that milks the ridiculous concept for big laughs, this show manages to make some sharp observations about romance and commitment. Four super-heroes share an apartment in a city where there is no crime. How do you fill the days? Taking cues from sketch comedy, farce and a bit of Abbott and Costello style verbal antics, the emphasis is on jokes and goofiness. ... full review
SHARI BARRETT certified reviewer June 18, 2018
tagged as: super heroes · comedy
This show was basically a visit to the land of Bizarro with "Super Heroes" trying to find something to do in a town with no crime. The story seemed silly and pointless, with most of the characters wearing latex body suits with accessories to reflect their names: Rhino Man, Leopard Woman, The Human Fly and Silver Streak. On Friday, June 15, the cast included Ronald Auguste, Brendan Brandt, Robert Cicchini,Christopher Frontiereo, Jeff Kongs, Jade Sealey. Perhaps if you enjoy comic books, this would be a show for you. ... full review
MONIQUE LEBLEU certified reviewer June 15, 2018
tagged as: funny · campy · toilet humor · racism · sexism · Relationships
With the glut of super-serious, superhero films coming out of Marvel and DC Comics these days, it's shows like “Meanwhile, Back at the Super Lair...,” writtten by Greg Kalleres, that seek to blast through the BS, keep things in check, and speak up with regard to the overlooked, the privileged, the undersaid, and the underpaid.... full review
TRACEY PALEO, GIA ON THE MOVE (OFFICIAL PRESS) certified reviewer June 15, 2018
tagged as: super heroes · comedy · ridiculous
Recommended. Easily, one of the best scripted comedies at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe. No shtick spared in the fight against a lack of evil.... full review
KAT MICHELS certified reviewer June 08, 2018
tagged as: #SkipItLA
#SkipItLA Meanwhile Back at the Super Lair has some good one-liners and some witty banter, but as whole it doesn’t have feet to stand on. This play relies on dated stereotypes - there are so many thrown into this show that some characters had to double-up - in lieu of actual character development. - Beleaguered and harangued shrink? Check! - Ironically named incompetent bad guys? Check! - Hard-nosed government employee who is won over by the plucky leads? Check! - Well-off racist white characters who are unaware they are racist and incapable of learning any better? Check! - Token black guy to point out the racism so its “socially acceptable” to laugh? Check! - Angry white guy who turns violent when he loses the girl? Che... full review