Robert and the Magic Mirror: Deep Space, NEIN!

comedy · more basil · Ages 14+ · United States

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MICHAEL FALCON certified reviewer June 25, 2012
I am sorry only that I caught the last performance of this terrific show. If we are lucky, Robert Boesel and Matt Moore will continue to work together: each relishes the sudden (and seemingly, endlessly funny) improvisation that might catch his comedic partner off-guard, and each is savvy enough about his partner's considerable gifts and abilities to never toss out a line his buddy can't retrieve. Or stray too long or too far from the book that story is compromised or lost. They're simply hilarious. Theirs could become what the comedy world has missed for so long: a comedy duo fast and fresh in which neither partner has to assume a permanent and limiting public persona, but instead a thoroughly contemporary model in which the writer/performe... full review
BRANDI CORBIN certified reviewer June 13, 2012
The show was absolutely hilarious!!! The characters really worked well together and played off one another. It was no stop laughing from start to finish. And the live band really added some fun interactions to the show. We can't wait to see the next show!! Great work guys!!!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2012
This is a show that basically shows why the 'Rule of 3s' will always work. It's very funny, and you can tell these two actors have worked with each other for a long time, just because they play off each other so well. You will find yourself laughing quite heartily throughout the production. Now, unlike other Fringe shows, this one is not an intense bout of religion and guns. This is a fun show to just sit back and enjoy. And enjoy it you shall. I recommend this show as it is what very few theatrical shows are nowadays: Entertaining. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2012
Matt and Robert are both very talented performers. This show had something for everyone: visual gags, witty historical references, a singing hologram, live musical accompaniment, whimsical props, comical dancing, improvised banter, a cautionary illustration of the dangers of greed and... lasers! I look forward to seeing Robert and the Magic Mirror's future adventures!... full review