REVENGE OF THE ROOTBEER: The Sequel To Night Of The Rootbeer

comedy · zero effort productions · Ages 21+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

Buy Tickets Add to Favorites Add Your Review

certified reviewers


all reviewers


all press

ERIK BLAIR certified reviewer June 13, 2019
This play must be destroyed. No copy of it can be allowed to remain. Those who performed in the preview must be washed clean of their sins, at whatever cost to the rest of our morality. The theatre must be burned to the ground, its ashes spread to the far ends of the world, and no mention of this play must ever be made again. I will be picketing outside its front doors after I see it again.... full review
MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 14, 2019
tagged as: fun · silly · absurd · wild
I really wanted a nice cold root beer after this show. And it was fun to see actors going to town like this, playing off one another in a zany out of this world script in such a manner I felt like I was briefly on another plane of existence. A dimension between time, space, soft drink refreshment and theatrical abstraction that was abstrusely compelling. The Kandinsky of Fringe shows.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 21, 2019
The best show I've seen at the fringe. Not sure what that says about the other shows. Or me. Am I OK? Hello?... full review
KELLEY PIERRE certified reviewer June 23, 2019
tagged as: ughhh · no · don't · stop · make it stop · please make it stop
Look. I don't know what happened. And I couldn't hear ANY of the actors over my own screams of laughter- I mean pain. Excruciating pain. If you didn't know what was going on for "Night of The Rootbeer" prepare to punch a mirror over it's Revenge.... full review
BART TANGREDI certified reviewer June 25, 2019
There may have been choreography?... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 26, 2019
Michael Shaw Fisher is anything but stupid. Last year he regaled us with the insanely stupid Night of the Root Beer, the show everyone loves to hate. This year he has created a sequel that is every bit as bad, and the audiences loves it even more. DISCLAIMER: No actors were (apparently) harmed in the production of this show. The world is safe until next year . . . or is it?... full review
TREY NICHOLS certified reviewer June 30, 2019
tagged as: ensemble · comedy · musical · sketch · Postmodern · pirates · lube · ramen · 90's · millennials · Free
This show blew my mind. Literally. Watching this show was like having my mind fellated in a ship lost at sea, with twenty of my best friends (all sharing a private joke from which I'd been partially excluded) filing in and out of my cabin talking about their problems and issues and back stories and shooting Nerf darts while in the adjacent cabin a police investigation with homoerotic overtones is taking place and on the main deck musical numbers are in full swing. The rootbeer flowed freely and there's even a history lesson in there somewhere, and this barely scratches the service. Arrr! It was exhilarating, confounding, chaotic, raucous, joyous, silly, sexy, fun. Wish I'd seen Night of the Rootbeer, but I'm not sure that would have ma... full review
JAMES FERRERO certified reviewer June 20, 2019
tagged as: revenge · rootbeer · night
The Thanos of Hollywood Fringe. It snapped its fingers a year ago and nothing has been the same. When we can figure out a way to go back in time and stop this, I pray we do. But until then, the sequels are inevitable. And I fear, it is only beginning.... full review
BRETT MOORE certified reviewer June 21, 2019
tagged as: jazz · pirates · sequels?
I came for the worst show at Fringe. I expected to wish everyone on stage be struck dead. False advertising. Disappointed that it didn't feel as asanine as last year, but then again, those brain cells may just be dead.... full review
VINCENT KIRK certified reviewer June 24, 2019
What can you even say about this?... full review