Sound & Fury's "Spaceship Man"

comedy · sound & fury · Ages 13+ · United States

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KATHY TURNER uncertified reviewer June 20, 2011
I've been a fan of Sound & Fury for many years, and many incarnations, having always enjoyed their Fakespearian productions at the Southern California Renaissance Pleasure Faire. However, this was my first time to see something other than the Fakespearian plays that I've come to know and love, and I can confirm that I really AM a big fan. Fun, fun, fun, and so engaging and entertaining. It's definitely a show that you should see more than once if you want to catch all of the jokes or sci-fi references. Actually, I'd probably need to see it 5 or 6 times because they are way above my intellect most of the time, but their quick wit and cheeky innuendo always makes me laugh. It was a bit Star Trek meets Apocalypse Now and they are not only ... full review
RACHEL OGLETREE uncertified reviewer June 21, 2011
Sound & Fury put on a great show and funny show! I highly recommend them.... full review
JOEY MELNEN uncertified reviewer June 20, 2011
Loved these guys and had never heard of them before. Website says they have been around 15 years...WHY have I never seen them before?! Just happened to hear about the show while at the fringe and LOVED it. I knew it was going to be a sci-fi show but didn't expect the improv or the silliness which was pleasantly appreciated. They really worked the audience and stayed in the moment which was great. Hope to see them again. ... full review
JESSICA FARLEY certified reviewer June 20, 2011
This was incredibly hilarious. I want to see the show again. They were having so much fun on stage and I loved how they encouraged the audience to participate. They were ridiculous, self-referential, referential t imaginable, filled the show with awesome Doctor Who jokes and took me on a journey that made me think of Ray Bradbury and Apocalypse Now. I loved the intro parody of Elton John's classic that became "Spaceship Man" to fit the title of the show. I laughed the entire time. It was smart and relentlessly silly. Their run at the Fringe is over, but I suggest seeing their Doc Faustus performance on July 2nd at Fais Do-Do. full review
AARON KOZAK certified reviewer June 21, 2011
This was delightful. I can't tell what was part of the show, and what was them screwing around, but I loved it all. I think these guys are a major contender for the best comedy show of Fringe 2011.... full review