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comedy · ramsey brown inc · Ages 15+ · one person show · United States

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MARYPAT FARRELL certified reviewer June 18, 2012
Fantastic show... Ramsey is a completely engaging performer and a truly wonderful writer. She takes you on her journey with her, seamlessly transitioning moment to moment as she adventures into the world and searches for love. The show is really funny and poignant. GO.... full review
LAUREN TOMPKIN certified reviewer June 23, 2012
This was my third time seeing Ramsey perform and she was amazing in every show! Triple threat performer, writer and storyteller. Her timing is perfect and she is absolutely hilarious to watch. Highly, highly recommend!!... full review
HILDE HANNAH BUVIK certified reviewer June 24, 2012
Extremely funny, honest and well acted.... full review
GORDON HENDERSON certified reviewer June 25, 2012
I am so glad I got to see this show. Ramsey is a unique talent; always smart, unrelenting and hilarious.... full review
MIKE THOMAS certified reviewer June 21, 2012
Funny. Very funny. Found myself quoting the show today and sharing some of the stories. Good time.... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 17, 2012
What can I say about this absolute gem of the Fringe! Ramsey Brown is an total delight. It's obvious she learned from the best, as her mentor was Kimleigh Smith (T*O*T*A*L*L*Y), winner of Best of the Fringe 2010. Ramsey is totally likable - you feel for her frustrations in the love quest. You want to rescue her cause you relate to how hard it is to find true love. I had the honor of watching the performance sitting next to Ramsey's mom, who figures prominently in the story. It made it all feel so much more real, knowing that her mom would tell me if anything Ramsey said was false - all her mom did was laugh. After seeing a few bombs last week, I was so glad that I could start my weekend off with a true hit - it made the rest of... full review