WHO’S AFRAID OF DAVID LYNCH?

Musicals & Operas orgasmico theatre company · Ages 21+ · flashing lights · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America

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ROBERT H certified reviewer June 24, 2022
This was a lot of fun. Great production values, some strong performances and some funny and heartfelt riffs on the work of David Lynch. ... full review
EZRA BUZZINGTON certified reviewer June 24, 2022
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Anybody who knows me knows I never stand up. I stood up. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 23, 2022
Awesomely crazy just like a David Lynch movie... full review
ANDRE STEWART certified reviewer June 23, 2022
I loved it, the music was great and the whole cast did an amazing job.... full review
CHRISTIAN WHITAKER certified reviewer June 22, 2022
This show is ENGAGING and playfully CONFRONTATIONAL. Every seat is front row and feels like a slow sink into a warm, familiar abyss of all things Lynchian. If you don’t know Lynch, you will! And if you can’t tell exactly what is going on, then you are part of the hunt. The acting is excellent. The vibe, purple and murky, yet crystal clear in its execution. This is rock n’ roll, jazz, goth, and grinding alloy gears all in one. Michael Shaw Fisher never disappoints. Don’t miss this.... full review
ERIC CERVANTES certified reviewer June 22, 2022
If you love the quirky world of David Lynch than, dare I say, this may be the play, er, musical, er, dance number, that might tick off all your boxes. That's if you like boxes. A wild free for all in all things Lynch-like in nature. It's sure to please the eyes and ears.... full review
KEVIN CALLIRGOS certified reviewer June 21, 2022
A wonderful threading of emotional scenes substantiated by the implied mechanics of a surreal reality. The entire show is emotional scenework and it speaks to the audience in a primal way. There is something very human going on here, and that is very refreshing.... full review
MARZ RICHARDS uncertified reviewer June 21, 2022
Good for the everyman, great for the Lynchian master. The deepest dive into the cinema of David Lynch through the poetry of his lens and the music of his movies, edited by Bizzaro Shaw Fisher, a cracked reflection of a Fringe veteran who has been shattered by sleep deprivation and immersion in all things Lynch. Begins strange, gets foggy, self-corrects like a top about to fall over, then twists another and ANOTHER and ANOTHER film into the taffy until you are certain that your particular favorite won't show up...and then you get to walk the Weirding Way. Perfect for the reconfigured theatrical space at 3 Clubs, very well staged with minimal setting. Fun to watch, to experience, and to be present in the world. Probably not for those who ha... full review
ANNIE LESSER certified reviewer June 21, 2022
Moody in the best way possible.... full review
TROY MILLER certified reviewer June 21, 2022
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Easily the most stylized, polished, and bonkers entertaining show of the fest. If you're a Lynch fan, you absolutely cannot miss this pastiche of bizarro moments inspired by nearly (possibly) all of his cinematic (and television) works, complete with musical numbers and characterizations that will leave you fizzier than a shaken can of Pabst Blue Ribbon. I would suspect non-Lynch fans would also find themselves swept up in the heady, often hilarious, and downright mesmerizing pull of this wild ride.... full review