Solo Show · self producing · Ages 13+ · United States of America

one person show world premiere
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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2022
tagged as: Authentic · heartfelt · charming · hilarious
Queen of Fishtown is a delightful mix of comedy and heart, and had me quite literally laughing one minute and wiping tears the next. Writer/performer Katierose Donohue Enriquez brings considerable talent to the stage and deftly guides the audience through the compelling, original story of an oft forgotten hero: the working class woman. ... full review
MITCHELL BISSCHOP certified reviewer June 20, 2022
tagged as: tour de force · Philly · solo show · drama · Comedy
One of my Favorite things at Fringe! The performance is perfect. The story is simple and compelling and beautifully navigated. It captures the essence of a time and place that may feel unfamiliar at the beginning but by the end you really feel like you live on the block with this woman and her family. Loved it!... full review
TARA DONOVAN certified reviewer June 19, 2022
tagged as: working class · heartfelt · funny
A rollercoaster ride of emotions that will leave you feeling great!... full review
TONY BARTOLONE certified reviewer June 18, 2022
tagged as: heartfelt · touching · hilarious · Bold · funny
A love letter to Philly. Spirited with character and weighted in ethos, this piece is not to be missed. ... full review
NATALIE RODERIQUES certified reviewer June 10, 2022
Heartfelt story of what it means to be from Philly. Katierose had the audience so captivated. Her portrayal of all of the characters in her story was so believable, I forgot it was a one woman show. I am in awe of this amazingly talented actress and I just can’t wait to see what happens next for her and this show. This show is what the Fringe is all about and is a MUST see. ... full review
MATT KOLLAR certified reviewer June 11, 2022
Queen of Fishtown is like if “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” had a tender side. Amid the hilarious situational and physical comedy you start to see that there’s a strong, well thought out, original, and inspiring story. It’s like being transported and immersed in a neighborhood in Philly for an hour with a friend you never knew you wanted in your life. ... full review
NATASHA MERCADO certified reviewer June 14, 2022
tagged as: PHILLY BABY · Feminist · unique · dramedy
Why can’t we have more leading women with anger issues?! WHO SAID? Because I LIVED for this angry queen’s trials and tribulations. Katierose single handedly puts Walter White in a corner. This show is like if a note on your car’s windshield saying to move your car and a love letter to the East Coast had a baby. Don’t get it? Watch the damn show.... full review
MICHAEL LYONS certified reviewer June 15, 2022
The quality of this show cannot be overstated. Katierose embodies the scrappy but charming, loving but fierce, and grounded but scared Kathleen in this riveting, hilarious solo show. From the second the show starts, you know you're in good hands and NO B.S. will be served for the entire hour. It's thoughtful substance all the way through. I laughed so hard and so often. I could literally feel my empathy expand. And I questioned my own life choices. It was everything you could possibly ask for in a piece of theatre. GO! SEE! IT!... full review
MICHAEL SHAW FISHER certified reviewer June 16, 2022
Equal parts Talent, Heart, and fly by the seat of your pants Wit, Katierose is the kind of performer who understands how work a damn room. She instantly created a lasting personal alliance with her audience and brought us into her masterfully conjured world - and I guarantee you, after that ride no one in our audience will be able to ever think about the city of Philadelphia without thinking of Katierose. She’s put herself on the same level as Rocky for me.... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY the tvolution.com certified reviewer June 15, 2022
tagged as: A PLATINUM MEDAL!!!
A powerhouse of a comedic performance is the jewel in this crown….. Full review to follow on theTVolution.com... full review