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Bunny the Elf LIVE!

solo performance · christi pedigo · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · 1hr · United States of America

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JIM HANNA certified reviewer June 19, 2019
If you had the great pleasure of meeting Christi at any of the pre-Fringe social events, you already have a good idea of what to expect: endless good cheer, positivity and joy. I've had run ins with the dark stuff at a few shows this year and this show was like a blast of peppermint-scented air through my musty, gloom-addled brain. Beyond just good will, Christi brings sharp writing, staging and characterization. Bunny is relentlessly upbeat, but Christi layers in just enough poignancy and self-doubt to make her a far more varied and interesting character than I first imagined. Very well done and a refreshing change of pace at this Summer's Fringe.... full review
AARON EBERHARDT certified reviewer June 25, 2019
This show is a delightful celebration of the enduring power of optimism, a positive attitude, and holiday spirit! Such an uplifting, must-see show when we are constantly surrounded by negativity in the media. Christi is a phenomenal performer and writer. ... full review
LISA K. WYATT certified reviewer June 24, 2019
tagged as: sweet · funny · Big-hearted · daffy · holiday
In Bunny the Elf, Christi Pedigo has created a daffy, delightful, and fundamentally decent and kind character. Unless you hate fun and joy, get to this show. You won't be sorry. ... full review
MATT RITCHEY gia on the move certified reviewer June 24, 2019
tagged as: inspiring · super cute
Bunny is simply adorable. And so is Christi Pedigo. A heartwarming, all-to-painfully-relatable story about life in the entertainment business and making your rent. Christmas in June is always a good thing and Bunny takes a woeful tale of trying to scratch by as an entertainer and turns it into an inspiring warm fuzzy holiday in your heart.... full review
ERIC DEPRIESTER certified reviewer June 21, 2019
tagged as: cheerful · holidays · elf · christmas · solo · funny
A charming, cheerful, and lovingly performed Christmas story about the holiday spirit and following your dreams. ... full review
HEATHER DOWLING certified reviewer June 21, 2019
tagged as: smart
A funny, charming cotton-candy feeling from start to finish - with a surprisingly moving and emotional surprise along the way.... full review
APRIL WISH certified reviewer June 21, 2019
This show delivers on everything you would want in a holiday story ...and I so appreciated getting all those warm fuzzy feelings off-season. It was fun and optimistic. Christi’s sincerity and enthusiasm shines through this character and it would be impossible not to fall in love with her. Despite there being an overall cheery sheen, the writer does not shy away from bigger themes such as sexual harassment and the age-old Christmas lesson of gratitude. ... full review
SAM POCKER certified reviewer June 20, 2019
A surrealist meditation on working retail during the holiday season.... full review
MATTHEW MARTIN certified reviewer June 20, 2019
OMG! I loved this show! I am a huge fan of Christmas films and the season itself, and this show delivered 100%. From the first moment you meet our main character, the audience is in love with her. This show takes us on such a fun ride through the eyes of such a great character. We believe her naivete and at the same time feel for her when things don't line up for her. We cheer for her. We cry for her. Christi has created one of the funnest, most endearing characters you'll see at Fringe this year. The writing is so tight and fun, with some of the best easter eggs and homages. If you love Christmas, you will love this show!! MUST SEE!!... full review
MIKE REYES mike-check.com certified reviewer June 19, 2019
tagged as: hopeful · smart · funny · joy · christmas
The character of Bunny The Elf is based on Christi's early career in New York City where she worked at F.A.O. Schwarz portraying a real-life Christmas Elf among a few other colorful characters. This eventually led to Bunny(whose government name is name Roberta Aires) appearing in her own Youtube Channel before making her way onstage to this years Hollywood Fringe Festival. Our story follows sweet naive Bunny as she seeks out the perfect career that is a match for enthusiastic and eccentric personality. Unfortunately, she doesn't have a lot on her resume, having spent the last ten years as what she calls a "musical theater audition-er," much to her chagrin.... full review