No Matter Watt - The Musical!

gordon stephen matheson jr · Ages 16+ · United States of America

world premiere
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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 22, 2021
BRAVO Gordon Matheson!!..A memorable musical about recovery, compassion and hope!!!.A must see musical!! 5stars for me!!... full review
SHAUN WALLACE certified reviewer August 22, 2021
I can’t believe it’s Gordon’s first musical. Found the show extremely entertaining with very catchy songs they are still stuck In my head a week later. Looking forward to seeing this musical grow into something special. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 22, 2021
It was a fun way to incorporate tough topics. Gave me major “Heather’s” vibes ... full review
BRIAN KNUDSON certified reviewer August 22, 2021
tagged as: quirky · inspiring · profound · funny
There are parts that are genuinely funny and profound, along with some stand-out performances. Although this musical seems like more of a work-in-progress, the intended power and beauty of the message resonates!... full review
ERIN MCMAHON certified reviewer August 21, 2021
tagged as: emotional · powerful
No Matter Watt blew us away! The show artistically captured the highs and lows and all of the emotional waves which accompany getting clean.... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer August 15, 2021
I have seen this show grow a lot over the past year, from many changes, from the failures to successes, and overall, this show, while ambitious and maybe a little loose and unpolished (it is Fringe after all!), has some great moments that will become even better in time and with the chance to expand the work into a longer piece.... full review
BILL BROWN certified reviewer August 15, 2021
Very thoughtful, well written and well acted... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer August 10, 2021
tagged as: A BRONZE MEDAL
It was fitting that the first show of the Fringe for this reviewer was Gordon Stephen Matheson Jr.’s No Matter Watt The Musical in that it embodies some of the essential, and mandatory elements that give luster to any Fringe. It was Matheson’s first show ever. It was a uniquely personal subject. It is a work that could be more than it is. What Matheson has given us is a love poem to the restorative power of AA for the rejuvenation of hope, and this in and of itself is not a bad thing at all. (FULL REVIEW TO FOLLOW....) ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 10, 2021
tagged as: heartfelt · fun · Realistic · Recommend · entertaining
Very entertaining! Moving moments and moments of laughter!... full review
MEGAN FORD-MILLER certified reviewer August 09, 2021
tagged as: personal · redemptive
It felt more like an experience than a story, something plucked out of a memory. I felt it was a deeply personal story that I wish the performance shed more light on. There were many bright moments between the characters and the music was well intentioned but felt a bit repetitive. I think this was a great start to getting a powerful message out the world.... full review