comedy · ruckus rockwell & the unknown artists · Ages 17+ · United States of America

world premiere
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JIM BLANCHETTE certified reviewer June 24, 2019
I can't say enough great things about this show. The cast is fantastic and 100% buying into the style of the piece, lovingly crafted by director Arlo Sanders. It would take me paragraphs to describe the incredible character work by the entire cast. Just go see it. You'll see how good they are for yourself. However, I will take space to heap praises on playwright Pamela Eberhardt. It took her 16 years to chase down the rights to adapt the book, and she obviously honed her craft to razor sharpness in the meantime. Every character shines with unique and lovely peculiarity. Wigfield feels like an amalgam of an absurdist fairy tale and a cautionary morality play. Oddity plays like normalcy. I'm excited to see what she comes up with next becaus... full review
BILLY RAY BREWTON certified reviewer July 01, 2019
A scatological ride through a cavalcade of ridiculous, over-the-top, 'salt of the earth' folks trying to 'get one over' on the U.S. government. Filled with laughs, it doesn't have much of a message, but it's a damned fine amount of fun.... full review
LUCY GILLESPIE certified reviewer June 10, 2019
tagged as: parody · Americana · small town · weird · hilarious
Hilarious parody of Our Town that sends up the American small town. Super weird and playful, with stellar performances. ... full review
SANDRA PRATT certified reviewer June 10, 2019
Went and saw "Wigfield" at the Fringe Festival previews last night and I am so glad I did! The show made me laugh out loud. I must give props to a wonderful ensemble cast who bring to life some strangely loveable characters. I do not want to give away the story but I will say, if you love a parade you will love this show.... full review
JENELLE RILEY certified reviewer June 22, 2019
tagged as: funny · smart · fast · ensemble
Fantastic cast, jokes that come at the pace of a Gatling gun, this is a fun, fast ride you won’t regret taking. The cast and crew give it their all. ... full review
LAURA WILEY certified reviewer June 24, 2019
tagged as: wacky · hilarious · clever · original · brilliant · fun · Wigfield · funny · Outrageous
If you’ve seen any of their previous shows, then you already know you can expect brilliant writing and hilarious acting. Their newest play is no exception! Wholly original and clever, I enjoyed it immensely. This show was Pamela’s dream to make and you can see all the love put into the development. Highly recommend!... full review
PAUL HOAN ZEIDLER certified reviewer June 24, 2019
tagged as: comedy · satire · literary · High Class
Paced to the rhythm of Stephen Colbert(?)’s ironic voice, this play immediately pulls you into its wiggy town and wayward citizens, three of whom claim to be the mayor. An astonishing cast delivers Pamela Quinn Eberhardt’s tight script with everything required from stupidity to slovenliness to ennui. Bad things happen ... in the most hilarious way possible. A 15 year quest by Eberhardt to wrestle onto the boards, this adaptation of the Stephen Colbert-Amy Sedaris-Paul Dinello novel deserves a full production. When it does, I'll be one of the first in line to see it again.... full review
PARISSA KOO certified reviewer June 24, 2019
Wigfield was so funny and I loved every character. KUDOS to the adaption. It was a great experience to be in the town of Wigfield. It felt like I was actually part of it. Well done!... full review
CHRISTINE DEITNER certified reviewer June 25, 2019
A fantastic ensemble makes this fantastical journey into a truly terrible town full of outrageous characters a fun experience with the potential for laughs. From false mustaches that just won't stay on to some of the best costume concoctions you can find, the cast morphs from one moment to the next, and in some cases, from one character to the next, with an ease that can make your head spin in pure delight.... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer June 28, 2019
tagged as: A SILVER MEDAL